From Columbia University’s graduate historic preservation program to the real-world expertise and insights of the well-schooled docent, Michael Henry Adams is a tireless advocate for preserving Harlem’s architecture as well as its culture. Renowned and respected as a writer, lecturer, historian and activist, his books include Harlem Lost and Found: An Architectural and Social History and Style and Grace: African Americans at Home as well as the work in progress Homo Harlem: A Chronicle of Lesbian and Gay Life in the African American Cultural Capital.
Mr. Adams is never short of opinions, so if you haven’t joined him on a walking tour,
don’t miss this opportunity to join him on a verbal one!
Please join us when
Mount Morris Talks to Michael Henry Adams!
Thursday, November 21 at 6:30 PM
Head Start Center, Mount Morris Ascension Church
15 Mount Morris Park West (betw/W121-W122 Streets)
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