Programs that Reveal and Heal
For the past 20 years the Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail has been a leader in celebrating the history and culture of people of color in New Hampshire through a series of educational programs and special events.
The Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire is honored to continue that tradition by offering four major programs per year: The Winter Elinor Williams Hooker Tea Talk Series related to New Hampshire’s Black history and culture; a Spring Symposium that focuses on current cultural issues that are rooted in history; and the Fall Black New England Conference that focuses on African American history and culture regionally.
We are proud of the historic milestones and grateful for the enormous community support that ensures current and future generations know of the amazing events and the people that have helped shape our state.
2017 Tea TalkS
2017 Spring Symposium
2017 Juneteenth Celebration
Please join us for stimulating dialogues at any of our many programs throughout the year.