The Center for Brooklyn History is proud to offer weekly virtual programs.
Missed a program? Simply click on "Past" below for archived audio and video to enjoy.
Virtual Program | Pro-Slavery NYC: Kidnappings and Greed in the Antebellum North
Historian Jonathan Daniel Wells exposes the vast power network of New York City judges, lawyers, police officers, and bankers who furtively kept the slave trade alive.
White Purity, Black Sexuality, and Their Roles in America’s History of Racism
Historians Jane Dailey and Nell Painter discuss how the fear of black sexuality has undergirded white supremacy from the start.
Virtual Program | Mediocre: The Dangerous Legacy of White Male America
Join Ijeoma Oluo, author of the NYTimes bestseller So You Want to Talk About Race, and Jay Smooth, the pioneering hip hop radio host, in a conversation about white male power in America.