Augusta & the WV Humanities Council Present “The Great Migration, presented by Maggie Brown”

Augusta & the WV Humanities Council Present “The Great Migration, presented by Maggie Brown”

Maggie Brown has crafted a unique performance style designed to both educate and entertain. In this presentation, she will sing and teach about the Great Migration, the period in the early 20th Century when 6 million rural Black Southerners moved to cities in the North, Midwest and West.

February 2 @ 7:00 pm8:00 pm

Watch live or see the archived session at: https://www.facebook.com/AugustaHeritageCenter/live

You can also get a Zoom link (for a front row seat!) by joining the Augusta mailing list. Just send a quick request to augustaheritagecenter@dewv.edu. Members of the Augusta Winter Sessions 2021 can go to the “Public Events” Zoom link that was sent to you by email.

This presentation is free open to the public thanks to generous support from the West Virginia Humanities Council.

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