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Retracing Black History Through Chelsea and The Tenderloin

18 February 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Venue: Manhattan
New York

Although it is often forgotten, Chelsea played a significant role in New York's African-American community and its history, particularly in the second half of the 19th Century. Churches, schools, and music served a vibrant community. Join Save Chelsea board members Cher Carden and Laurence Frommer to retrace how African-Americans shaped northern Chelsea, the district once known as "The Tenderloin," and New York City. Cost: $30 / $20 Members