Living History: Juanita Jackson Mitchell


Celebrate Women's History Month with a living history performance about Civil Rights Leader Juanita Jackson Mitchell, the first black female to practice law in Maryland. Mitchell who fought discrimination in the courts , served as counsel in lawsuits designed to eliminate segregation in municipal recreation facilities, restaurants and public schools in Baltimore City and other Maryland jurisdictions. This living history performance is presented by Janice the Griot.

Let us know you are coming by RSVP. Museum Admission is payable the day of the event.

Date and Time
Saturday, March 17, 1:00 pm
Contact Information
For more information call 443-263-1800
Included with museum admission