Stories of Local African American Heroes Video Project

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The Kennard African American Cultural Heritage Center invites you to celebrate Black History with our Stories of Local African American Heroes video project! View videos of seven African American Trailblazers, and then make a donation to support the Kennard Alumni Scholarship Program here. 

Donations can also be mailed to: Kennard Alumni Association, PO Box 213, Centreville, MD, 21617.

The video series is online now! Click the videos below to learn about Ms Lucretia Kennard Daniels, Captain Eldridge Meredith, Francis “Frank” Fisher, Warren Butler, James “Jimmy” Paul, James Taylor and Ms. Madelyn Hollis.

 

 

The Board and membership of the Kennard Alumni Association would like to thank all of you that have supported our events over the years, which has led to the creation of The Kennard African Heritage Cultural Heritage Center and Museum and its programs to support the youth and adults of Queen Anne’s County.  Thank you also for helping to support Kennard’s Scholarship Program, which has provided assistance to over 50 minority and underserved students over the past 20 years.   “Thank You” for helping us work toward achieving our mission and creating a legacy of inclusion, diversity, and support for our young people.

Thank you to our sponsors, including QACTV, Shore United Bank, Queenstown Bank, and the Queen Anne’s County Cigarette Restitution Fund Program.

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