There is no shortage of Confederate monuments. What is memorialized? What is left to popular memory and built? What is displayed? These are choices made by the living. James Grossman, Executive Director of the American Historical Association and a historian with extensive work in American Urban History, African-American history, and ethnicity, will speak about Confederate Monuments: Whose Memory? Whose History?
Hear him on May 3 at 7:00 pm at the Northeast Public Library, 330 Seventh St. NE. Call the CHV Office at 202-543-1778 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register or to request a ride.
The Chesapeake Bay watershed is legendary for its land-to-water ratio—greatest in the world by tenfold. And like all giants on earth, this creates interesting challenges and opportunities as demonstrated by its role in history, culture, and regional economics. Learn the Bay’s secrets, dreams, and hopes for the future from Bill Matuszeski, former director of the Chesapeake Bay Program. Hear Bill on June 7 at 7:00 pm at the Northeast Public Library, 330 Seventh St. NE. Call the CHV Office at 202-543-1778 or e-mail email@example.com to register or to request a ride.
One of the group’s activities, “Outings—Mostly for Guys,” will be occasional trips to sites and events of special interest to men—but women are welcomed as well! These might include outings that retrace Lee’s retreat from Richmond to Appomattox or a trip to the Hershey Car Show.
The Capitol Hill Village CFC number is 55474
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The Capitol Hill Village United Way number is 8066
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