Program Location: Champaign Public Library - Douglass Branch, 504 E Grove St, Champaign, IL, 61820
Come and learn about the lived experiences of African Americans in Champaign and Urbana through the oral histories found in the Doris Hoskins collection. Enjoy the premiere opportunity to listen to stories from this archival collection and have a community conversation with an engaging panel who can contextualize these historical gems.
This event is made possible with a collaboration between the Champaign County African American Heritage Trail, Champaign Park District, Champaign Public library: Douglass Branch, and Museum of the Grand Prairie.
FREE. This event will take place as a part of CU Days. Refreshments and air conditioning will be provided. Current public health guidelines will be followed; programs may be altered or cancelled due to weather or COVID-19 related concerns.
For more info: (217) 586-2612 or firstname.lastname@example.org.