Wednesday: Keeping the culture alive: Black Baltimore, Then & Now

Aug. 24 

6-8 p.m., Impact Hub, 10 E. North Ave., (443) 821-7482,, free.

Learn how artists past and present have worked hard to preserve black Baltimore’s cultural history. Moderated by photographer, writer, and City Paper contributor Shannon Wallace, the panel discussion will feature Troy Staton, owner of New Beginnings Barber Shop; Webster Phillips III, grandson of Afro American Newspapers photographer I. Henry Phillips, Sr.; and photojournalist Kyle Pompey.

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