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More Than Coffee: History and Legacy with Archive CLT

Ages:
All ages
Cost:
Free
  • About This Program

    Why is the preservation of our cultural and historical records so important? Learn how archivist and storyteller Cheryse Terry is answering this question through Archive CLT, her coffee shop on the west side of Charlotte.

    In this program, Kenya Augurson, member of the Archive team and owner of "By Any Beans Necessary" will journey us through the African-rooted history of coffee while Cheryse and special guest Ken Koontz bring us rich history of Black Charlotte, all while detailing Cheryse's plans for the future of Archive CLT. The conversation will be preceded by a community tasting of the coffee shop's signature beverages.

    Enjoy a fresh blend of history and cultural preservation, in partnership with Black female-owned book cafe, Archive CLT.

  • About Archive CLT

    Archive CLT is a Black-owned vintage enthusiast café with items ranging from HBCU yearbooks, vintage photography, rare publications, vintage inspired posters, first edition books, and more! Archive CLT hosts an array of events such as coffee tastings, monthly book clubs, wellness, and community engaging events. Archive blends the best ethically traded, locally roasted coffee beans. For more information, vist archiveclt.com.

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