African American Heritage Trail team at Mayor Pete’s presentation. ...

Sharing our African American Heritage Trail on July 2 with Marques Redd and friends. Honor the heritage and share the history. ...

Sharing our African American Heritage Trail on July 2 with Marques Redd and friends.  Honor the heritage and share the history.Image attachmentImage attachment

Amazing display of quilts made by African American women quilters depicting the story of African American history. Circuit Avenue Oak Bluffs. Check them out. ...

 

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All summer. I believe until the end of September. They are fantastic.

Thank you so much for sharing this!

Martha’s Vineyard... my Home away from Home!! 💖💖💖

Is this at Cousin’s Gallery?

No. It’s sponsored by the Mariposa museum. Gallery at the end on the right hand side opposite Third World trading.

It’s the gallery in the right on Circuit Avenue. Opposite third world trading. It’s well signed.

Next door to Rockland Bank.

It’s the gallery on the right hand side opposite to third world trading. It’s well signed.

Bisa Butler Fine Art

Bisa Butler

How long will these be on display?

What building?

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Amazing quilts made by African American women depicting the story of people of color in the United States. Remarkable, haunting work. Don’t miss this display on Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs. This quilt honoring Trayvon Martin is unforgettable. ...

Amazing quilts made by African American women depicting the story  of people of color in the United States.  Remarkable, haunting work.  Don’t miss this display on Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs.  This quilt honoring Trayvon Martin is unforgettable.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Where exactly is this display and for how long? Thanks.

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SuePat Travel enjoying lunch at the barn in Oak Bluffs on their tour of the African American Heritage Trail of Marthas Vineyard. ...

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Press

Sullivan, J. (2018, May 9). Island’s Heritage Trail Honors African-American VineyardersThe Boston Globe.

Exploring the African American Heritage Trail

Holocaust survivor speaks at West Tisbury School

Emma Maitland Honored with New Heritage Trail StopThe Vineyard Gazette 6/25/2015

Heritage Trail Honors for Emma MaitlandThe Vineyard Gazette 6/29/2015

Welcome to the Trail, Emma MaitlandMV Times 6/24/2015

House Proud in Historic EnclaveThe New York Times 8/18/2008

Amistad Visits Vineyard Haven HarborThe Vineyard Gazette 9/3/01

African American Heritage Trail Holds Celebration EventThe Vineyard Gazette 8/30/02

History with a PassionMV Times 2/22/07

 

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