The Heritage Museums and Gardens of Dorchester will celebrate Black History Month by encouraging the sharing of personal histories from the Black perspective, unfiltered or censored.  On Feb. 9th at noon in the Robbins Heritage Center passages from “Everything I Seen,” a manuscript by Barbara Lockhart, will be read by Mrs. Nona Stanley. This work was developed from a years’ long relationship that Ms. Lockhart had with the subject, Mary Taylor.  Ms. Taylor shared her thoughts, experiences and realities as a Black woman who lived in North Dorchester for decades.  The Heritage Museums and Gardens of Dorchester is located at 1003 Greenway Dr, Cambridge, MD 21613.

For more information go to dorchesterhistory.com.