Tue, Feb 28|
Lake Jackson Historical Museum
We invite the public to share their memories of racial segregation, integration, and the fight for equality in the Brazosport region at this oral history program.
Time & Location
Feb 28, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Lake Jackson Historical Museum, 249 Circle Way St, Lake Jackson, TX 77566, USA
About the event
To complement our Black History of Lake Jackson display,(on view Feb. 7th - Mar. 4th), we invite the public to Remembering Resistance, an oral history program dedicated to remembering what racial segregation was like and how our communities resisted racism over time. Come to engage in discourse about the history of segregation, integration, and the fight for racial equality in Lake Jackson and Brazosport. Museum staff will facilitate memory sharing among speakers and audience members.
If you are interested in participating and sharing your story, please call Katelyn Landry at (979) 297-1570 or email her at email@example.com. If you would rather share your memories anonymously, submit to this Google Form: https://forms.gle/ufkHHrd7PwwnqZuE9
The cover photo is a photograph of President Paul Oreffice shaking hands with an African American employee in an industrial setting while touring the Propylene Oxide plant at Dow Chemical. Circa 1965-1975. From the Lake Jackson Historical Museum collection.