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Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Naper Settlement presents History Speaks on Feb. 7

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African American Heroes and Sheroes will be presented by storyteller Linda Gorham from 4-5PM Sun., Feb. 7. By looking at her own family’s dreams and goals, Gorham will share stories of African American men and women who broke color barriers and had noteworthy accomplishments – often in spite of difficult circumstances. Gorham incorporates story, music, photographs, personal narrative, quotes, and historical facts to commemorate their achievements.

This lecture is on Zoom, and ($10/person) pre-registration is required. Registrants will receive a Zoom invitation with information on how to access the virtual lecture prior to the event. Note: only 100 spaces are available per lecture on a first-come, first-served basis.

Find details and more posted on the calendar at napersettlement.org.

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Naper Settlement
Naper Settlementhttp://www.napersettlement.org/
Naper Settlement is a nationally accredited, award-winning outdoor museum set on 12 magnificent acres in the heart of Naperville, where history comes to play and community comes to connect. The Naperville Heritage Society is the administrator of Naper Settlement. With a commitment to the community and a focus to the future, the mission of the Naperville Heritage Society is to collect, document, preserve and support the history of Naperville, Illinois, past and present. For more information, visit napersettlement.com or call (630) 420-6010.

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