It’s a Bus Tour!
Led by historian Dominque Jean-Louis, get to know the pioneering women of color who helped make Harlem a world-famous center of social activism, cultural experiment and progressive politics throughout the twentieth Century.
Hear the stories of visionary local heroines including Ella Baker, Antonia Pantoja, and Pearl Primus through historical tales, vivid anecdotes and recorded music. Visit the street corners, buildings, public places and neighborhood spots where a diverse group of women made history with repercussions that extended far beyond Harlem’s streets to the world beyond.
Return to the Museum for lunch on the Terrace.
Radical Routes Tour: Harlem’s Women Activists, hosted by Museum of the City of New York, will be on Saturday, June 9th from 10:30am-Noon.
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