The mission of The Mary & Eliza Freeman Center for History and Community is to restore, preserve, and ensure the viability of the Mary and Eliza Freeman Houses; teach the history of Connecticut Blacks; revitalize the surrounding South End community; and facilitate the preservation and revitalization.
POP UP MUSEUM - The Mary and Eliza Freeman Center Proudly Presents Black Lives Matter, Change and the Power of Votes - Photo by Chefren Gray
The Mary & Eliza Freeman Center for History and Community is raising funds to create an African American historic site of national stature in the South End of Bridgeport, CT.
The Mary and Eliza Freeman Center Proudly Presents the Smithsonian’s City of Hope: Resurrection City and the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign. Featured installation of exhibit CITIES OF HOPE which includes - City of Hope: Resurrection City/Poor People’s Campaign, Little Liberia: City of Hope and Colored Conventions, Bridgeport: City of Hope and Black Lives Matter.
THE HYPOGEAN TIP
This incredible show “is comprised of sculptures rendered in various materials, including large-scale casts in broken glass from the porch of Mary Freeman.
CITY OF HOPE
POP UP MUSEUM - The Mary and Eliza Freeman Center Proudly Presents City of Hope. Resurrection City and 1968 Poor People's Campaign.