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Cool Kentucky: Hidden History (VIRTUAL)
Louisville, KY 40202 United States
Join the Frazier Museum as they uncover hidden history in Kentucky: a talented carpenter who revolutionized bed frames, an inventor who devised a smoke hood and a three-position stoplight, an explorer who participated in the Corps of Discovery Expedition, and the first African American woman to obtain a pilot’s license in the U.S. These are just some of the figures whose stories we’ll share with a panel of experts as we commemorate Black History Month. The stories are part of our Cool Kentucky exhibition, which is now on display.
Ed Hamilton, Sculptor
Amanda Briede, Curator, Frazier History Museum
Carol Ely, Executive Director, Locust Grove
Jermaine Fowler, Founder and Storyteller, The Humanity Archive
Christine Engels, Archives Manager, Cincinnati Museum Center
Andy Treinen, President and CEO, Frazier History Museum
Rachel Platt, Director of Community Engagement, Frazier History Museum
This is a virtual program hosted on the Zoom platform. Admission is free. For more information, visit the event page.