The African-American Heritage House (AAHH) is the current name of a community of Chautauquans, inspired by the ministry of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who seek to establish a house that celebrates and shares four hundred years of the African American experience in America. AAHH is a place for community engagement and fellowship, and ongoing programming around historical, religious, and social justice issues through an African American lens. Our community is in partnership with the Chautauqua Institution in striving for Chautauqua to be a diverse and welcoming place for all.
Looking Forward to Summer 2019
Please plan to join the AAHH at Chautauqua Institution this summer. The AAHH will host programs WEEKLY on Wednesdays at 345pm, usually in the Hall of Philosophy.
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Porch Chat - Week 6