The Importance of Black History: Don’t Abandon the Idea, John Cherry
Date(s) - February 6, 2022
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Sunday, February 6th
The Importance of Black History: Don’t Abandon the Idea John Cherry
John Cherry is a native Danburian and has lived here most of his life. He is a retired elementary school teacher who taught for thirty-six and one half years. He has been active in the community: serving on the Board of the Danbury Music Centre for several years and working with Harambee, a youth organization, he was on the Board of Directors for the Community Action Agency of Western Connecticut and is still a member of the Danbury Cultural Commission. John enjoys traveling, reading and collecting just about everything. His favorite purchases are those related to Black History. He is thankful for this opportunity and hopes that you find value in the comments he will be sharing. This service is sponsored by our 8th Principle Action Group.