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Join the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center for five days of history, culture, food, and fun in the nation's oldest city from June 15 to 19. "Respect: Soul Music and the Civil Rights Movement" kicks off the festivities on June 15 at 4:00 pm. Gospel and folk music were important in the struggle for equality, but soul music also inspired and united Americans. Soul artists like Aretha Franklin and Florida's
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum: Flagler College, Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center (LMCC), St. Augustine Historical Society (SAHS) are presenting a multi-institutional exhibition and panel series entitled "Magic, Mirth, And Mortality: Musings on Black Motherhood." The exhibition is centered on the lived experiences of writer and curator Shawana Brooks during her pregnancy and the premature birth of her son Roosevelt. Her "musings'' are shown alongside artwork by Cheryl McCain, Marsha Hatcher,