Join the Urban Democracy Lab and Gallatin’s Diversity Council on a private walking tour led by the Black Gotham Experience (BGX).
BGX Walks brings you into a reconstructed New Netherland, British New York, and the first century of New York City as a United States City. Participants witness the impact of the African Diaspora on the making of New York through real people whose images have been erased. Insight and empathy allow emotional connections to these character-based stories that stay with you after the experience ends.
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