Lynching in Maryland: A Day of Remembrance, Reflection and Reckoning



The Maryland Lynching Memorial Project works to advance the cause of reconciliation in our state by documenting the history of racial terror lynchings in Maryland, advocating for public acknowledgement of these murders and working to honor and dignify the lives of the victims.

To help achieve those goals, a half-day conference “Lynching in Maryland: The Path from Truth to Reconciliation,” will be held on at the Reginald Lewis Museum in Baltimore.

The conference will include presentations, films and discussions examining Maryland’s legacy of lynchings, the damage it continues to inflict and how we can begin to heal those injuries.

Advance registration required.

Date and Time
Saturday, October 13, 9:30 am
Contact Information
For more information call 443-263-1800