Cultural Hour: A Celebration of Worcester's Black History

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  • Description

    Worcester Celebrates Black History Month

    This event will highlight and document the first people of color to become officers for the Worcester Police Department. Relatives and colleagues will provide oral histories and a photo presentation of each officer. Photos will be provided by the Worcester Historical Museum's Black History Project and will be displayed at City Hall during Black History Month. This event is presented by the City of Worcester's Diversity and Inclusion Office, the Worcester Police Department and the Worcester Historical Museum.

    Please RSVP Online and view the attached flyer below for complete details.

  • Time
    Thursday, February 20, 2020 • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Where?
    City Hall, Levi Lincoln Chamber, 455 Main Street - Map It
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    One of two meeting chambers situated in Worcester City Hall, this room is named after Levi Lincoln, Jr. (1782 - 1868) an American lawyer and politician. He served as Governor of Massachusetts from 1825 to 1834 and in the United States Congress from 1834 to 1841. Born in Worcester he was a major civic and philanthropic force, owning and developing land in the city, and serving as its first mayor in 1848.
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