Reginald E Lewis Museum

Saturday February 28th

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Verizon Supports Cultural Diversity in Maryland With a Free Black History Month Open House at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum



Verizon once again hosted a statewide Black History Month celebration and open house with government and community leaders at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture.

During the open house, guests explored the museum, helped us recognize community innovators, and enjoyed a day full of educational activities and entertainment. [ Learn More ]

   

 

2015 HONOREES INCLUDED:

Joy Bramble, owner/publisher of The Baltimore Times

Vince Canales, president of the Maryland Fraternal Order of Police

Wanda Draper, director of programming/public affairs, WBAL-TV 11

Solomon Graham, founder of Quality Biological Incorporated

Rev. Dr. Cleveland Mason II, president of the United Baptist Missionary Convention

Glenard S. Middleton, Sr., executive director of Maryland Council 67 and president of Maryland Public Employees, Local 44

Wannetta Thompson, executive director of GVCA Outreach, Inc.

Rev. Dr. Jonathan Weaver, founder of The Collective Empowerment Group

Dr. David Wilson, president of Morgan State University

Janice Wilson, president of the Charles County Branch NAACP

 
 
Verizon Maryland 2015 Black History Month Open House