After the Civil War, Arlington’s vibrant African-American community emerged first in Nauck and Hall’s Hill. We celebrate the establishment in 1866 of the three early churches with a panel discussion by church members who will discuss their shared and unique experiences and the impact on the county.
Saundra Green, Calloway United Methodist Church
Brenda J. Cox, Lomax A.M.E. Zion Church
John Henderson, Mount Zion Baptist Church
Moderated by Carolyn Burrell
This program is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
The program is hosted by the Arlington Historical Society, Marymount University’s School of Arts and Sciences and the Department of History and Politics.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS: To get to the Main Campus of Marymount University at 2807 North Glebe
Road, Arlington, VA 22207, go north on Glebe Road and immediately after Old Dominion Drive, take
the next right into the main gate to Marymount University.
FREE PARKING: Marymount University provides free parking. Attendees should enter through the
main gate and turn right to park in the Main Lot behind the security booth. Follow signs to the building
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: A free Marymount Shuttle bus is available from the Ballston-MU Metro
Station (Orange and Silver lines). The University is also accessible via Metro bus routes 23A and 23T;
exit at the N. Glebe Road and Old Dominion Drive stop.