African-American History

Sat, February 18 2017
Sacramento Historic City Cemetery
1000 Broadway
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Free; donations welcome

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Like our first Governor, some folks didn’t want any African-Americans in the state, either slaves or freemen. But the Governor moved away, while the African-Americans stayed and helped contribute to the state’s founding, surviving prejudice and hardship by banding together to create a lasting community.

Learn more at the Sacramento City Cemetery’s annual African-American History Tour on Saturday.

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