Explore

Visit the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society's exhibit at the Rhode Island Historical Society's John Brown House.  To plan a visit, click on the picture for museum hours.

Learn

About the countless forgotten histories of Black Rhode Islanders. Support the RIBHS with the purchase of different historical text which we've partnered with authors to offer at a discounted rate.

Dance

Join the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society for a weekend of Jazz-themed events in recognition of the iconic Celebrity Club.  The events on February 8th and 9th will coincide with the Society's celebration of Black History month.

The Gallery will be open through September. Call the John Brown House Museum at 401-273-7507 for hours of operation.


Photos are in from the 2nd Annual Girls' Tea Party!

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Two of our fabulous volunteers: Angelina Barada (left) and Jayniece Barada (right) serving tea at the 2nd Annual Girls' Tea Party at the Governor Henry Lippitt House.

Two of our fabulous volunteers: Angelina Barada (left) and Jayniece Barada (right) serving tea at the 2nd Annual Girls' Tea Party at the Governor Henry Lippitt House.

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The 2014 Rhode Island Black Heritage Society Celebrity Club Ball

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