HEAR, HERE ADD A TOUR OF BLACK EXPERIENCES IN LA CROSSE
Written by Ballzer on June 26, 2020
Last weekend, as part of Black Leaders Acquiring Collective Knowledge‘s Juneteenth Celebration, Enduring Families and the La Crosse County Historical Society put together a self-guided tour of historically significant sites and black people in La Crosse’s history. You can still check out the locations and listen to the stories HERE.
Now, Hear, Here and La Crosse Public Library Archives & Local History Dept. launched a program magnifying Black voices and highlighting the current conditions for Black people in La Crosse. You can check out the Racial (In)Justicce project HERE.
The La Crosse Public Library Archives & Local History Department has also compiled a list of resources available at the Library and online to learn more about our local history, which you can find here with other resources for unlearning racism: Learning is Activism: Exploring Race, Whiteness, and Justice.