Removing the Gates for Inclusion
Event:Removing the Gates for Inclusion
Date:April 15th, 2021.
Time:7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Location:Zoom / 860- 688-3813
Details:April 15, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM, Removing the Gates: How We Are All Responsible for Inclusion. How can historians and historical societies fulfill their social responsibility to tell more inclusive and accessible stories? And how can people join this conversation to demand and support more equitable programming? Join University of Connecticut historian, Dr. Fiona Vernal, as she explores engaged, public, oral, and community histories that reveal things like - why Georgia featured so prominently in the Great Migration of African Americans to Connecticut; how West Indians became the largest foreign-born population in the state; and what happens when we tell the story of shade tobacco as an intersection of labor, identity, mobility, and migration? You won’t want to miss it!

Advanced registration is required for all programs - register for any of these programs at, email us at, or call us at 860-688-3813. Genealogy Support Group and Photos Sharing Events are free. Virtual History Programs, including Windsor in 1921, Creating Connecticut, Museums and Race, and Gatekeepers All are $5 per program. Register for all four and pay only $15!

The Windsor Historical Society, founded in 1921, invites visitors to explore the people, places, and events that have shaped Windsor for over four centuries. The Society’s museum and research library is located at 96 Palisado Avenue (Route 159) and will re-open beginning January 20, 2021, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. Admission is free.

Visit us on the web at for directions and more information about programs or volunteer opportunities. Want to know more about Windsor history? Just enter your email in the box at the bottom of our home page, and make sure to “like” the Society’s Facebook page and follow us on Twitter (@windsorct1633) for regular updates and insights.