San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Become a member of the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society before June 17th and enter for a chance to win a free Digital Camera from Hunt's Photo & Video!
Any individual who become a member of the Society during the month of July is automatically entered into the raffle. The drawing will take place at opening reception of our highly anticipated exhibit Many Faces: Photographs of Rhode Island African Americans which will take place on Thursday, July 17th at the John Brown House Museum in Providence.
There are two ways in which you can become a member: either making a donation to the Society on the form located on this page or by sending a check to the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society at 123 North Main Street, Providence, RI 02903. An individual membership is $50.00.
The winner will receive a Panasonic Lumix digital camera (valued at $550.00) donated to the Society by Hunt's Photo & Video of Providence.
When & Where
The Rhode Island Black Heritage Society
The Rhode Island Black Heritage Society was founded in 1975 with a mission to preserve three centuries of African American history in the state. The Society has amassed an invaluable collection of artifacts that documents African Americans' achievements in military service, business, politics, the arts and education. The Rhode Island Black Heritage Society encourages and promotes the study of African American history by hosting tours, lectures, and exhibits for the general public.