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Rapp Road Historical Association

The Historic Rapp Road Community A unique, state & nationally recognized African-American Great Migration Community in Albany, New York.


Events and Contributions to the Community

  • March 2016  Preservation League of New York State Seven to Save Designated Sit
  • February 2016 City of Albany Celebrates Black History Month: Rapp Road Historical Exhibit
  • February 2016 WMHT/PBS - Finding Your Roots: Oral History of Rapp Road’s Humble Beginnings
  • December 2015 Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission Sponsored: First Annual Rapp Road Historical Association Fundraiser
  • September 2015 April 2016 - Albany Institute of History and Art: The Capital Region in 50 Objects
  • September 2015 A Village, Inc.: Mississippi Day in Albany's Lincoln Park
  • September 2015 Monica Rhoades, Executive Director for the Hope Crew Program of the National Land Trust for Historic Preservation visited the Rapp Road Community
  • August 2015 Rapp Road Historical Association: Lecture & Walking Tour
  • April 2015 New York State University at Albany’s Earth & Wellness Day
  • November 2014 African American Cultural Center of the to  January 2015 Greater Capital Region: Rapp Road Historical Community Exhibit

Starting spring of 2016 until the fall, guided tours will be offered. Tours are available for organizations & individuals upon request.

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