Five of the month’s six events celebrate the invaluable contributions that the Black community has made to the culture and history of the United States.
Candle-making, merry-making and reliving history filled this fall and winter. If you missed our events, mark your calendar for next year!
“Recapturing Black Beaches: A Shared Story Project” is an oral history initiative designed to memorialize and uplift stories of what it has been like to recreate at Delaware’s beaches as a person of color throughout history.
The Diversity in Delaware History webinar series returns in 2022 as a way for people to better understand the diverse stories found throughout the First State’s history. This monthly event is free and open to the public.
Events include a virtual program on the blizzard of 1888 and a live concert by Musically Generated Organism.
Explore the division’s museums, learn and explore Delaware history, and submit photos to win a prize.
The Division’s new Strategic Plan sets a course for preserving Delaware’s historical places and spaces for all ages and abilities to learn about local history.
Beaches and resorts provided enjoyment for Black, Indigenous and other people of color seeking entertainment and refuge during the Jim Crow era in the United States.
Second annual contest challenged amateur photographers to submit images of what makes Delaware’s first capital city unique.
Spend the holidays with the Victor Talking Machine Company at this special event.