Triad Mobile Kitchen
The Triad Mobile Kitchen is traveling across the region to tackle nutrition insecurity, courtesy of Blue Cross NC. Over 10,000 families in under-served communities learn healthy cooking skills and discover local resources every year via the mobile kitchen. The Triad Mobile Kitchen just added a physical “home” site at The Historic Magnolia House. Join us for a FREE healthy cooking class, or let us come to you! Learn more about opportunities with the mobile kitchen below.
The Freedom Cornerstone
The theme of “Freedom” is inspired by Greensboro’s role in the Civil Rights Movement, especially the non-violent protests of the pivotal 1960 lunch-counter sit-ins that served as a catalyst to the larger movement. Racial justice and equity played an important role in shaping the city and defining its identity. Select artists explore this history as well as consider what Freedom means today at the “Freedom Cornerstone” on the Downtown Greenway, located at the corner of Murrow Blvd and Gate City Blvd in Greensboro. Learn more about the cornerstone art project below.
United Way COVID-19 Relief
With the help of volunteers, United Way selects and invests in strategic partner programs and integrated service delivery approaches that have a lasting impact on children, families and adults. Their plan includes strategic initiatives to end poverty at any age level throughout the Greensboro community.
The United Way of Greater Greensboro supported The Historic Magnolia House Foundation during the ongoing Covid-19 public health crisis. We thank United Way for its commitment to local partnerships and community members. Learn more about their campaigns for financial stability below.
With the new project “Green Books’ Oasis Spaces: African-American Travel in North Carolina 1936-1966,” the North Carolina African American Heritage Commission documents Green Book sites in North Carolina and the stories that went with them. Listen to host Frank Stasio with NCAAHC Director Angela Thorpe and Research Historian Lisa Withers as they discuss the project below.
View the Yes! Weekly news release on the UNCG Museum Studies Graduate Program and The Historic Magnolia House at their “Community Scanning Day” below.
Learn more about Buddy Gist, son of the Gist family that started The Historic Magnolia House, and our UNCG Miles Davis Jazz Studies partnership below.