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Virtual – Spring Break Transcribe-a-thon

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Virtual Panel – Making Art Accessible

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Garden Club – Everything Roses Virtual Discussion

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Countryside Artisans Tour

Exhibit – I Am More Than My Hair

Countryside Artisans Tour

In-person – Wheaton Arts Parade: Yarn Bomb

Countryside Artisans Tour

Monthly Virtual Writing Circle – Flowing Through the Seasons

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Virtual – Membership Meetup! Annual Meeting

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In-Person – Rockin’ Into the Summer

Virtual – MoCo Underground Reading Series: A Light in Spring

Virtual – History Happy Hour: How Trees Can Save the Earth

Exhibit – I Am More Than My Hair

In-Person – Puerto Rico Distillery Pitorro (Moonshine) Tasting

Folklife – The Artist Vibe

In-Person – Wheaton Arts Parade: Plein Air Demonstration

In-Person – Wheaton Arts Parade: Plein Air Demonstration

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Sandy Spring Museum stands firmly with those fighting against the racism, structural disadvantages, and systemic injustice that have oppressed Black people in the United States for hundreds of years. The United States was built on discriminatory practices that were codified in our legal system, beginning with the dehumanization of Native people, followed by enslaving Black people in bondage as property, for the financial benefit of those of white European ancestry. Sandy Spring Museum stands on land that was once a plantation where Black people were enslaved. We recognize that the Museum is the beneficiary of a historically unjust system. We are committed to working toward dismantling systems that perpetuate racism and discrimination in order to build a just, equal society.