This oral history performance showcases a group of individuals sharing their true, personal stories of flag-related memories, including a present-day African American relation to Thomas Jefferson. Weaving music, poetry, movement and song throughout, this original program stirs us to reflect on our own relationship to our flag, our country, and to each other. In conjunction with the exhibition For Whom It Stands. Included with museum admission. Free to RSVP.
This Program is Included with Museum Admission
Free - Museum Members, Children 6 and Under, Maryland Public School Teachers, active duty U.S. military, members of the National Guard and Reserve, U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, NOAA Commissioned Corps and up to five family members (with ID)
$6 - Senior Citizen (65+), Youth (age 7 to 17), Student (with ID)
$8 - General Admission
When & Where
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
The museum is Baltimore's premier facility highlighting the history and accomplishments of African Americans with a special focus on Maryland's African American community. A Smithsonian affiliate, the museum is the East Coast's largest African American museum occupying an 82,000 square-foot facility with ample permanent and special exhibition space, interactive learning environments, auditorium, resource center, oral history recording studio, museum shop, café, classrooms, meeting rooms, outside terrace and reception areas. The museum is located near Baltimore's Inner Harbor at the corner of Pratt and President Streets. The museum is also accessible on Baltimore's Charm City Circulator Orange and Green Routes. For more information, please call 443-263-1800 or visit www.RFLewisMuseum.org.