The Society was organized in 2005 as an affiliate of the Crispus Attucks Center of Lancaster, with the mission to collect, analyze, and interpret basic information about the life of African Americans in the South Central region of the Commonwealth.

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"A Tea" Presented by AAHSSCPA
Sat, Feb 29
Trinity Lutheran Church
Feb 29, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Trinity Lutheran Church, 31 S Duke St #1, Lancaster, PA 17602, USA
Join us for a tea, spoken word, music, and dramatization at The Fondersmith Auditorium,Trinity Lutheran Church in celebration of Black History Month.
A Slave for Life If I So Chuse”: Abolition and Slavery in Lancaster County
Thu, Feb 27
Feb 27, 4:30 PM
LancasterHistory, 230 N President Ave, Lancaster, PA 17603, USA
Cory James Young will join LancasterHistory for a special Black History Month lecture on Pennsylvania’s gradual emancipation and the common misconceptions on northern slavery.