Discovering Amistad is excited to invite you aboard the tall ship Amistad for dockside visits at Mitchell Park Marina in Greenport, New York.
July 12 through July 17
Dockside tours daily from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6 - 8:30 p.m.
No charge - donations welcome
The Amistad Captain has advised that due to conditions, including strong currents, docking at Mitchell Park Marina is unsafe at this time.
All previously scheduled sunset sails from Greenport are canceled effective Sunday, July 14th. Refunds will be issued to all ticket holders
We will be extending our dockside tours into the evening hours. Be sure to stop by to see the ship and learn the story of the Amistad!
ATTN Teachers: Sail for FREE
Sail aboard the historic vessel Amistad on June 20 or June 21 at no charge. Enjoy a sunset sail on Long Island Sound and learn about the story of the Amistad and issues of Social Justice. Connect with other educators and teachers and share ideas. For more information, contact Jason Hine at firstname.lastname@example.org
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EVENTBRITE BOARDING PASSES
The Amistad is taking part in the International Festival of Arts & Ideas with dockside tours (free of charge) at Amistad Pier, Long Wharf Drive in New Haven.
Tours will take place both on the following days:
Wednesday, June 12 1:30 – 2:30 pm
Friday, June 14 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Saturday, June 15 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
For reservations and tickets, visit www.artidea.org
Space is limited. Reservations are strongly recommended. A limited number of walk-up spaces will be available. Check the www.artidea.org website for availability.
For two hundred years, African Americans — both enslaved and free — have maintained a vital community of worship in Hartford. The Talcott Street Church also provided a safe haven to speak out and organize around American slavery, the primary moral issue of the day.
As the church grew, it became the home of women and men who were powerful examples of faith-based justice, including James Mars, Rebecca Primus, Rev. James Pennington, and Ann Plato. Today, Faith Congregational Church continues this proud and unbroken history.
Join historian, Steve Thornton, founder of the Shoeleather History Project, as he introduces some of these fascinating figures and uncovers previously unknown stories that are relevant to our times.
This event is free to attend and registration is not required, but is encouraged, for this Conversations at Noon program. Register for the program HERE.
Teachers throughout the state are invited to join our crew and educators for a sail to recognize your dedication to Connecticut's students! In addition to enjoying a complementary sail aboard the replica of the Amistad, teachers will learn about incorporating the historic story of the ship and its legacy into classrooms.
Saturday, September 15
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Note: Location for the sail has been changed from Bridgeport to Long Wharf Pier in New Haven
“Privilege” is a term people use in conversations about race, gender, and class. What is privilege and how does it create and perpetuate inequity?
Learn more at this hands-on workshop with Discovering Amistad Board member Troy Brown, Manager, Training and Multicultural Affairs, State of Connecticut Judicial Branch
The workshop is presented free of charge thanks to members, donors, and sponsors.