One Day Only
February 25, 2020
  • West Virginia Independence Hall
    1528 Market Street Wheeling, WV
  • 304-238-1300
  • Hours
  • WVculture.org
  • Free Admission

Through photographs, video, music, art, and readings of primary source material, this multimedia presentation tells the story of African American life in Wheeling from slavery through Civil War, Emancipation, “Jim Crow” segregation, the “Great Migration,” desegregation, Civil Rights, urban renewal, and contemporary life. Written by Seán Duffy with supplemental research and design work by Erin Rothenbuehler, Ohio County Public Library Local History Specialists, and presented by Ron Scott, Jr., Cultural Diversity & Community Outreach Director at YWCA Wheeling, the program will take place in the Historic Courtroom at West Virginia Independence Hall.

Call the Library at 304-232-0244 or West Virginia Independence Hall at 304-238-1300 for more information.