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Explore Our Past: Plan Our Future National Blacks in Wax Museum

November

National Great Blacks in Wax Presents
THE VILLAGE THAT VANISHED: REMEMBER, REKINDLE, RECLAIM, RESTORE...RESTORING THE VILLAGE OF BALTIMORE

When: Sunday, November 5, 2017 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Where: The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum, Alberta Cason Ballroom, 1601 E. North Ave Baltimore, MD

The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum, in the African Oral Tradition, Unsung SHEROES and HEROES, laboring against traumas which INFLAME OUR Baltimore Village, will be applauded. As we push forward Baltimore and put unity back in our community, we will also accept items, information and commitments for our 365 Legacy Time Capsule. Our Legacy Time Capsule, intended for our children, will highlight The Value of Life and identify virtues, morals and behaviors needed to survive in a world where many people have no beliefs greater than themselves.

We’ve come this far by FAITH and examples of items for the Legacy Time Capsule are virtue cards, Bible, Koran, 10 Commandments, 42 Principles of Maat, Kwanzaa Principles, pictures of Heroes and Sheroes, affirmations, seeds, knowledge cards, proverbs, etc. Additionally, “365” Commitment Certificates indicating the “work” YOU will personally do in restoring the Village That Vanished will also be positioned in the Legacy Time Capsule. The Legacy Time Capsule will be housed in the National Great Blacks In Wax Museum.

Community Hero Samuel Brice, Contemporary African-American Artist, will exhibit from his Pastel Portraits Collection. Community Hero Leon Purnell of the Men and Families Center, Inc. will also be applauded. This “BALTIMORE CEASE FIRE” event is Free.

QUESTIONS: museumevents@greatblacksinwax.org OR call 410-732-4371

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