MORRISTOWN, NJ - In celebration of Black History Month, members of the community are invited to view the exhibit “Ties That Bind” exhibit and companion conversation “What Freedom Looks Like” at the Morris Museum on February 9, 2020 at 2:00 pm.
The “Ties that Bind” exhibit, a collaboration between Bethel Morristown, the Presbyterian Church of Morristown, Drew University, the Morris County Heritage Commission, the New Jersey Council for The Humanities and the New Jersey Historical Commission, was created to foster a more informed conversations about race relations and images of freedom in Morris County from 1619 to 2019.
The Morris Museum is the fourth (4th) stop on the exhibit’s tour since it was first unveiled on October 3, 2018 at the Morristown Library with stops at the Morris County Library and Washington Headquarters over the past year.
The event is free.
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