Safer at Home Virtual Series

Safer at Home Virtual Series

Now - Dec 31, 2020

The Black Archives History & Research Foundation of South Florida, Inc. presents the #SaferAtHome Virtual Series comprised of 6 series.

  • "Legacies: Profiles in Greatness", with Assistant Archivist Luis Berthin features profiles of important figures in Black Miami's past who played an important part in the city's history.
  • "Today in Black History" with Archives Outreach Administrator Alicia Melton highlights historical events and achievements of Black Americans, both local and nationwide.
  • "Is It True? Tales from the Magic City" with Archivist Jocelyn Hurtado explores some of the myths and rumors about Miami's history and uses archival research to debunk or substantiate the talk of the town.
  • "Jeopardy Noir" with Executive Director Timothy A. Barber engages followers in a fun trivia game of questions, answers, and discussion about Miami's black history.
  • "Storytime in Color" with Operations & Programming Manager Kamila Pritchett features live reading of children's books written by African American authors.
  • "Virtual Field Trips" with Executive Director Timothy A. Barber gives viewers one-on-one access to the Miami with a drone's eye view and a historian's perspective.

All of these programs can be found on The Black Archives and Historic Lyric Theater Instagram feed.

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