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“Clarissa Uprooted” Outing
July 24 @ 11:15 am - 3:00 pm
Third Church’s Anti-Racism Team is organizing an afternoon around the acclaimed short film and corresponding exhibit, “Clarissa Uprooted.”
The exhibit focuses on Clarissa Street, the once thriving African-American residential and business corridor in Rochester, NY’s Third Ward, known for its celebrated Pythodd Jazz Club. Explore this portion of Rochester history—from neighborhood camaraderie, international jazz music, and thriving black-owned businesses, to redlining, urban renewal, and other racist policies.
Sign up here for each portion of the group experience, Sunday July 24 after worship!
11:15-11:45am View documentary “Clarissa Uprooted: Youth and Elders Uncover the Story of Black Rochester,” Johnston Hall.
12:00-12:45pm Lunch at Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant, 1657 Mt Hope Ave
1:00-3:00pm View “Clarissa Uprooted: Unearthing Stories of Our Village (1940s-early 1970s)” Exhibit, RIT City Art Space, 280 E Main St