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Black History Stroll 2024:
Trail Blazers That Have Left Their Mark


In honor of Black History Month 2024, the Cambridge Museum of History and Culture is proud to present our latest poster exhibit. Each of the Black residents of Cambridge showcased has blazed their own trail, inspired others, and truly left their mark on the community!

The posters are installed in the Kendall Public Lobby (355 - 325 Main St) from February to March 2024. 


This presentation could not have happened without the support of the following people, partners, and organizations: Boston Properties (BXP), Cambridge Arts, Cambridge Redevelopment Authority (CRA), City Manager's Office, City of Cambridge, the MIT Office of Government and Community Relations, Michelle Parkos, Sury Dewa Ayu, Carolyn Turk, Janie Ward, Kenvi Phillips, Eva Martin Blythe, Valerie Beaudrault, Kerri Greenidge, Marian Darlington-Hope, Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, Tiya Miles, and Adrienne Benton.

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Interested in learning more about the Cambridge Museum of History and Culture?

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