Shaping the Narrative: The Importance of the Black Press @ McKenna Museum of African American Art | New Orleans, New Orleans [22 February]

Shaping the Narrative: The Importance of the Black Press


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22
February
18:00 - 20:00

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McKenna Museum of African American Art | New Orleans
2003 Carondelet St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Join the McKenna Museums as we celebrate «300 Years in Black,» by discussing the importance of the Black press in shaping the narrative of Black New Orleans.

With panelists:

Beverly McKenna, Publisher and Editor of The New Orleans Tribune and Co-Founder of the McKenna Museums.

James B. Borders IV, Founding Editor of the 20th century New Orleans Tribune, Author and Historian.

Mark Charles Roudane, Author, Educator, Historian, and Great-Great-Grandson of Dr. Louis-Charles Roudanez, Founder/Publisher of L'Union and La Tribune de la Nouvelle Orleans.

The event is free and open to the public.
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