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Hindsight is 2020: Year in Review Virtual Photo Share

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They say the best view of some things is through the rearview mirror. How was your 2020? Do you have some special 2020 photos, experiences, or memories you’d like to share? Topics of interest could [...]


Why Now? Museums, Race and the Road to Inclusion

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Join Jamal Jimerson, Founder, Minority Inclusion Project and Managing Partner, Thought Partner Solutions, in a virtual discussion of why it has never been more important for museums like Windsor Historical Society to become more inclusive [...]


Removing the Gates: How We Are All Responsible for Inclusion

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How can historians and historical societies fulfill their social responsibility to tell more inclusive and accessible stories? And how can the public leverage their stake in this conversation to demand and support more equitable programming? [...]


Exploring Windsor’s Black History: Reconstructing the Past

Lunch conversation. Join researcher Marcia Hinckley and Society staff for a lively in-person discussion focused on how we know about Windsor’s earliest Black residents. Bring your own lunch. Drinks provided. FREE Image: Excerpt from Elizabeth "Betty" [...]


Bridges and Belonging: The Windsor History Inclusion Project

Windsor Historical Society 96 Palisado Ave, Windsor, CT

Celebrate with us on February 3rd from 1 to 4 PM for the opening reception of Bridges and Belonging: The Windsor History Inclusion Project. Enjoy musical entertainment and light refreshments while you explore the society’s [...]


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