Baltimore’s Pursuit of Fair Housing (Virtual Talk)
January 21 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pmBy Donation | Register
From the late 1800s until the modern era, Black Baltimoreans have faced and challenged race-based housing discrimination and governmental redlining. This historic discrimination greatly affected community growth and the socio-economic advancement of Black Baltimoreans. Yet, Black Baltimoreans today are still suffering from the effects of housing discrimination. Join Alexander Lothstein from the Maryland Center for History and Culture as he discusses the history of housing discrimination and challenges against it in Baltimore.
About the Presenter:
Alexander Lothstein is the Museum Learning Manager and Associate Curator at the Maryland Center for History and Culture. He received his Bachelor’s degree in History from Ohio Wesleyan University in 2015 and his Master’s degree in History from Temple University in 2017. He has been at MCHC since 2017 and curates exhibitions, and manages all onsite education program development and interpretation. His content specialties are the American Revolution to the Early Republic Era and the Civil Rights Movement in Maryland.
About this event
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The Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) and Baltimore Heritage present the Virtual Histories Series: 30 minute live virtual tours and presentations focusing on Baltimore architecture, preservation and history. Hosted every Friday at 1:00 pm EST.
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