11TH ANNUAL PRESERVING CALIFORNIA BLACK HERITAGE CONFERENCE AUGUST 1 Los Angeles
Immediately before they present to the American Historical Association-Pacific Coast Branch at CSU-Northridge, Rick Moss, chief curator of the African-American Museum and Library in Oakland, and John William Templeton, curator of the African-American Freedom Trail, will take public comment on their 6,000 site submission for the California African-American Freedom Trail.
Since 2007, the annual conference has generated new scholarship on historic sites around the state, a process evaluated by Maj. Gen. Tony Jackson, (RET. USMC) holder of bachelors and masters degrees in history from San Jose State University.
Learn about the tens of thousand of photos and artifacts unearthed during the research and share your own discoveries.
Your registration of $125 includes a four-volume set of Our Roots Run Deep: the Black Experience in California and a yearly membership in the Friends of the California African-American Freedom Trail.