JUNE 12: Our first-ever History Slam – a night full of raucous history presentations (we dare you!), music, drinks… and a little friendly competition!
VIDEO: Explore an iconic artifact from the Revolutionary Spaces’ collection and the legacy of what this American relic symbolizes: violence perpetrated in the hallowed halls of Congress.
A film series exploring the legacy of protest, representation, and revolution embodied in our historical sites.
VIDEO: Explore the intersection of activism and medicine in this timely virtual panel discussion with scholars and doctors.
A half-mile guided walking tour that explores the surprisingly small geography of colonial Boston to uncover the roots of the Boston Massacre and includes entry to the Old State House and Old South Meeting House.
VIDEO | In commemoration of the Boston Massacre, this panel explores political violence, revolution, and memory in a global context.
Who inherits a legacy of protest and revolution? Can we look back at a moment frozen in time and still march forward in the spirit of change?
A panel discussion on the legacy of Loyalists. How does the cultural memory of those early Americans left in the shadows transform over time?
VIDEO | How can we preserve and empower the voice of the community, its history and its heart, in the face of encroaching development, displacement, and decline of housing?
DEC 17: Our history-themed comedy talk show returns for our fifth episode!