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Mayor Chuck Cahn
Sent By:
Ericha Farrington
Send Date:
2/3/2014 4:00:00 PM
Email Subject:
Cherry Hill Township Honors Black History Month Feb. 6 with special guest Nelson Johnson

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Cherry Hill Township

  The Northside - February 6

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Department of Recreation
820 Mercer St Ste 102
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Voice 856.488.7868 Fax 856.488.7895

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Cherry Hill Township Honors Black History Month

The Northside:
African Americans and the Creation of Atlantic City
(follow-up to "Boardwalk Empire")

An evening with Nelson Johnson, author of the acclaimed, "Boardwalk Empire"

Thursday, February 6
7 p.m.,
FREE

Cherry Hill Public Library
Conference Center (lower level)
1100 N. Kings Hwy.

"The Northside," author Nelson Johnson's award-winning follow-up to "Boardwalk Empire," brings the untold story of Atlantic City's black community vividly to life, from the arrival of the first African Americans to Absecon Island in the early 19th century through the glory days of the "World's Playground."

Exploited for their labor and banished to the most undesirable part of town, resilient Northsiders created a vibrant city within a city - a place where black culture could thrive and young people could aspire to become artists, athletes, educators, and leaders of business, politics, and society. As Nelson Johnson shows in this unflinching portrait, Atlantic City was built on their toil - and the Northside was born of their dreams.

Drawing on dozens of personal interviews and painstaking archival research, he reveals long-forgotten details about the people on whose backs the gambling mecca was built and offers a wide-ranging survey of the accomplishments of more recent generations.

For information, contact: 856-488-7886 or CHHC@CHTownship.com

Sponsored by: Cherry Hill Historical Commission


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Three Tenors at Croft Farm, Sunday, October 13 at 3 pm. Tickets: $15, $12 or $5 for students. Call to reserve tix today: 856-488-7868.