“Black History in the Philadelphia Landscape” at Radnor Memorial Library

Join us at Radnor Memorial Library on February 28, 2024, for “Black History in the Philadelphia Landscape,” an enlightening event that explores the rich tapestry of Black history within the context of Philadelphia. This cultural and educational gathering aims to shed light on significant African American contributions and landmarks throughout the city’s history.

Event Details:

  • Date: February 28, 2024
  • Location: Radnor Memorial Library, Wayne, PA
  • Time: Event time to be confirmed
  • Admission: Free (confirmation needed)


  • Educational Presentations: Learn from historians and speakers who will share insights into Philadelphia’s Black heritage, highlighting key figures, events, and sites that have shaped the city.
  • Interactive Discussions: Engage in meaningful discussions about the impact of African American culture and history on Philadelphia’s development and identity.
  • Resource Sharing: Access a wealth of resources and materials for further exploration of Black history and its significance in the Philadelphia area.

This event offers a profound opportunity to deepen your understanding of Philadelphia’s Black history, celebrating the achievements and contributions of African Americans to the city’s cultural and historical landscape. Whether you’re a history buff, a community member, or simply curious, “Black History in the Philadelphia Landscape” promises to be an informative and inspiring experience​.