On Saturday, September 17 at 2 p.m., join Jubilee Voices for a spirited, interactive concert of songs, games, stories and more as part of a daylong celebration of family history, wellness and community engagement through archaeological excavations, music, food and connection.
This annual event addresses the lasting legacies of chattel slavery in Prince George’s County with a unique historic site and theme each year. For 2022, Riversdale House Museum will highlight recent work with descendants along with connections to health and wellness. The event begins Friday, September 16, with a descendants panel moderated by Joe McGill of the Slave Dwellihg Project, and bonfire conversation.
These events are free; pre-registration is only required for the Friday events.