The Museum hosts a robust series of discussions, readings, screenings, and workshops that highlight our exciting exhibitions and collections for a diverse community of learners. Visit often for updates.
An Evening of One Act Plays From Around The World on Saturday, May 19th at 8pm at The National Black Doll Museum 288 North Main Street, Mansfield. The evening will consist of five English-language play excerpts from an international selection of authors.
Among the playwrights included are Irishman Terry Boyle, Mongolian playwright Wei Ha, Russian author Nina Weida, and experimental theater artist Hye Young Chyun from South Korea. Cast will include Regan Carmody, Aliyah Harris and Victoria Bond, among others. Beth Danesco will direct. Spoken word and music will also be incorporated into the evening.
Tune in to the Town Hall event on MSNBC Tuesday @ 9 PM . Then join us for a follow up discussion on Thursday May 31st at the Museum as we open our doors to host those difficult conversations. We are committed to “Building a Beloved Community”
Rep Jim Hawkins-2nd Bristol is our guest speaker.
Also we have board elections!
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Unleash your creative spirit ,embrace the technique and take home your meme
This night include 1 complimentary glass of wine
Unlimited soft drinks, hors d’oeuvres , music, doll making workshop and lively discussion
We are planning for the 182 Anniversary of the Anti Slavery Riot. “Abolition Day” will be held on Saturday October 6,2018 . A community event held on the South Commons includes a reenactment vendors, speakers, food, and community organizations representing our diverse community. Volunteer /Join us as we plan for this monumental event.
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We are reading ,watching films and discussing each amendment of the constitution . As we open the door for dialogue and explore the issue of racism in a non-threatening environment. This is the fifth conversation on our Road to Diversity & Understanding series.