We’re honoring and celebrating the contributions of African Americans in our history! The Racial Justice Team invites you to participate in the activities that are planned for June.
Celebrate FREEDOM with us as we take a driving tour, presented by the Neill-Cochran House Museum, to understand the history of our city and the important contributions Black Austinites have made to Austin’s development. Through the magic of QR codes and smart phones, we will view pre-recorded videos at site specific locations in the Wheatville, Pease Park, and Clarksville neighborhoods. The tour shares the impact of the segregationist 1928 City Plan, which shaped the racial divide as well as the urban landscape that Austinites continue to overcome today.
Saturday June 18 at 10 a.m. - meet at St. John’s Parish Hall and we’ll caravan to the museum first and then to the designated sites together.
St. John's Episcopal Church
11201 Parkfield Drive, Austin, TX 78758 (the corner of Parkfield Drive and Braker Lane)
P. O. Box 81493, Austin, TX 78708-1493
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