Cambridge has a long and turbulent history of struggling to take its place among the successfully integrated towns and cities of the Eastern Shore. These days, the future of Cambridge is brighter than ever, thanks to some courageous civil-rights heroes of yesteryear and some visionary community activists of today. What follows is their story, beginning one fateful night in 1967.

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A Maryland city examines a past of racial division to move forward
Cambridge Welcomes Home Gloria Richardson Dandridge
Half a century after rioting ravaged Cambridge, town seeks to embrace history — so as to transcend it
Reflections on Pine – Telling an Untold Story
Reflections Gala honors Tubman, Richardson, Jackson, Stanley
Murals reflecting African-American heritage comes to Dorchester County
Dorchester County’s Newest Public Mural Dedication
Dorchester’s Newest Mural to be Dedicated July 21
50 years after Cambridge riots, scarred community heals
Dandridge gave a two-hour talk on her experiences as the leader of the Cambridge Movement.  She told a story of faith, hope, and possibilities.  Reflections on Pine marked the 50th anniversary of civil unrest in Cambridge Maryland following decades of economic and educational segregation.  The Eastern Shore Network For Change organized a series of events commemorating fifty years of civil rights, change, and community.   

VIDEO CELEBRATING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF GLORIA RICHARDSON DANDRIDGE

 

REFLECTIONS ON PINE PICTURES

REFLECTIONS ON PINE, CAMBRIDGE COMMOMERATES CIVIL RIGHTS, COMMUNITY & CHANGE

DION BANKS & KISHA PETTICOLAS - REFLECTIONS AFTER OUR 6 HOUR TOUR OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY & CULTURE #MyNMAAHC

REFLECTIONS ON PINE PICTURES
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