By Robert Marchant in The Middletown Press on March 19, 2022
GREENWICH — “Shining a Light,” a three-part virtual lecture series, will return this month at the Greenwich Historical Society as it focuses on elevating and amplifying underrepresented voices of history.
The first presentation on March 24 will put a spotlight on slavery in Greenwich and throughout New England.
The series promises to offer “riveting stories … on topics that have shaped the history of Greenwich and New England,” the historical society said. The lectures will address “many of the themes that are shaping the nation’s narrative, including race, oppression, identity and equality.” Continue reading.