The Wright Museum


 

ASALH History Lesson

The Inspiring Story of How Black and Indian Seminoles Fought a War that Stopped the U.S. Army from Re-Enslaving Black Seminoles 

Sunday, June 11, 2017​ at 4 PM

If you are interested in and passionate about Black History, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) Detroit Branch's history lesson is for you! This month features presenter, Evelyn Millstein, who will talk about The Inspiring Story of How Black and Indian Seminoles Fought a War that Stopped the U.S. Army from Re-Enslaving Black Seminoles.

General ASALH Detroit meetings take place on the second Sunday of every month at 3 pm and the history lesson immediately follows the monthly meeting (at 4 pm)

If you are interested in joining ASALH Detroit, please contact Membership Chair, Gloria Page at (313) 820-8848 or via email at pagesprng@aol.com.

Free and Open to the Public

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
315 East Warren Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48201
The Wright Museum™
www.TheWright.org