Sunday, February 19, 2017, 2-4pm, Elinor Hooker Williams Tea Talk – Join Us!
Free and open to the public
Church has historically been seen as the backbone of the Black community and the center of political and social life for African Americans. This panel discussion, featuring prominent local pastors, will discuss the role of the church in their lives; the impact of racism on Black masculinity; their personal journey as Black men ministering in a predominantly white state; and ways to construct an alternative expression of masculinity that is connected with emotion and spirit, self-determinism, accountability, family, and pride.
Rev. Robert Thompson, Rev. Authur Hilson, Rev. Robert Humphreys
The Winter Tea Talk Series is part of the Elinor Williams Hooker Tea Talks Program:
A series of participatory lectures related to New Hampshire’s Black history and African American culture. Presented by the Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail in collaboration with the Seacoast African American Cultural Center, these Sunday afternoon “Tea Talks” are held at Discover Portsmouth, 10 Middle St., Portsmouth, New Hampshire, from 2 -4 pm and are free and open to the public.
The Portsmouth Historical Society museum shop is also open 1 to 5pm when Tea Talks are scheduled.
In case of inclement weather, cancelled Tea Talks will be rescheduled for Sunday, March 19 and/or Sunday, March 26.
Please call 603-436-8433 or email JerriAnne Boggis for more information.