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Panel Discussion: Community Conversations

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Registration is requested
Free and open to the public

Panel Discussion: Community Conversations

 with King's Chapel, Twelfth Baptist Church, and the Museum of African American History

What is the impact of religion and faith traditions on culture and society? Share your thoughts and join the discussion along with three of our community partners for a panel moderated by King's Chapel's David Waters.

This series is part of our ongoing exhibition, "Required Reading: Reimagining a Colonical Library," open through March 14, 2020. To demonstrate the variety and richness of “essential knowledge” and the ways it can be defined, the cabinet in our exhibition is filled with titles selected by ten community partners.

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Most programs held in the Bayard Henry Long Room on the Athenaeum's first floor are amplified and assistive listening devices are available for patron use.

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To request ASL interpretation services for any of the Athenaeum's programs, please contact Hannah Weisman at 617-720-7617 or