Sat., May 19• 2:00 p.m.
The Hog Bottom: A Community History
This presentation gives an overview of the Black experience in Dayton from the mid 1800's to the 1960's. The central focus of the presentation is the Hog Bottom neighborhood located in West Dayton that became the seminal point for the working
class black community in Dayton for decades.
Presented by Faheem Curtis Khidr, who is a recent graduate of Wright State University’s Graduate History program with a concentration in European History. Mr. Curtis-Khidr teaches at Sinclair Community College within the History and African American Studies disciplines. He completed his undergraduate studies at North Carolina A&T State University.
Program included with paid museum admission: $6/adult, $5/senior, $3/ages 6–17. Free/Ohio History Connection & NAAMCC members. 800.752.2603 or ohiohistory.org/naamcc