HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE BLACK HISTORY OF
Lecture & Book Signing
By: Jeremy Houston
Friday January 11, 2019
8 AM– 9 AM
Natchez Coffee Company
509 Franklin Street | Natchez, Mississippi 39120
From the 1st Africans to be enslaved in Natchez to the 2nd Largest Slave Market in the Deep South to the burning of the Rhythm Night Club. Jeremy Houston’s How Well Do Know The Black History Of Natchez Mississippi? is a book that explains the trials, tribulations, triumphs of African Americans in Natchez from 1719-present.
Admission: Free | Book Price: $15
Contact: 601-597-2112/ 601-334-4486 or www.misslouheritagegroupandtours.com
"WHY MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. NEVER CAME TO NATCHEZ?"
Friday January 18, 2019
MISS LOU HERITAGE GROUP & TOURS
199 Saint Catherine St | Natchez, Mississippi 39120
During the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, Natchez, Mississippi was a place known for racial violence and injustices against African Americans. Come, learn, and discuss how an elderly man's 1966 murder changed the course of the Civil Rights Movement.
Guest Speaker: Stanley Nelson of the Concordia Sentential
*Also Book Signing of
"Devils Walking: Klan Murders along the Mississippi in the 1960s" By: Stanley Nelson & "How Well Do You Know The Black History of Natchez, Mississippi?" By: Jeremy Houston
Guest Speaker:Stanley Nelson of The Concordia Sentential
Prices: $5.00 Donation
For More Info: 601-597-2112 / 601-334-4486
The Miss Lou Heritage Group & Tours is dedicated to preserving, presenting, and claiming hold to the history & culture of African Americans in the Miss Lou area. We offer tours, taxi, shuttle services, and a variety of products to meet your heritage needs.