Black History Matters is a White Plains History Roundtable. Panelists will talk about significant black leaders and stories from Westchester’s past and will include contemporary leaders and members of families with multi-generational roots in White Plains. Items from the White Plains Collection including local newspapers, photographs and genealogical resources will be available to attendees. The floor will be open for discussion and storytelling. Wednesday, Feb. 21, 7 to 8:30 p.m. White Plains Public Library, 100 Martine Ave., White Plains.
The White Plains History Roundtable held in the WPPL Local History Room is an educational, participatory, and social event where attendees hear a presentation on a historical topic, examine materials from the White Plains Collection, and engage in discussion with each other. February’s Roundtable will focus on Black History, in honor of Black History Month.
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