February 25- Jubilee Voices at Josiah Henson Cabin

Josiah Henson Cabin Reopens!

The Washington Revels Jubilee Voices continues to offer engaging virtual performances, now during Black History Month! Celebrate the legacy of African American history and traditions with songs and stories of struggle and perseverance.

Jubilee Voices returns to Josiah Henson Cabin, helping to celebrate its post-renovation reopening with two musical presentations during a Black History Month panel discussion. Featured during this event are emcee Debbie Jarvis, Sr. Vice President of Corporate Relations at Howard University, guest speaker Dr. Mary Elliott, Curator, National Museum of African American History & Culture, and panelists Spencer Crew (George Mason University), Briann Greenfield (Harriet Beecher Stowe Center), Vedet Coleman (Assoc. of African American Museums, and Omar Eaton-Martinez (PGParks).

You can see Jubilee Voices performing at the Josiah Henson Cabin as captured in the following episode from PBS’s Time Team America:

The Voices are presented by the Josiah Henson Museum & Park and Montgomery Parks.

DATE/TIME: Thursday, February 25, 2-3:30 pm.
LOCATION: Virtual/Online by the Josiah Henson Museum & Park.
TICKETS: Free! Registration required; register at Montgomery Parks’ website.