Thank you for opening your doors to Salem United, Inc. it was an honor and a pleasure to have Hamilton Hall host this monumental exhibit.
Patrick King Sound & Voice Specialist
For its next location please keep checking back at: phone:
62 Frederick Street, Unit 33
Dracut, MA 01826
Testimony - Unmasking & Evolution of Negro Election Day and The Black Vote
Door Of No Return
The role U.S.S. Constitution played in Slavery.
How Negro Election Day Celebrates Today
Door Of No Return
"Hamilton Hall, a historic building in Salem, was so excited to be able to host Salem United, Inc's important exhibit on Black voting. The history and issues presented are as relevant today as ever. From 18th-century Black self-governance to modern-day voter suppression, the exhibit paints a clear picture of the important and unfinished battle for truly equal voting rights."
- Michael Selbst, President of Hamilton Hall
The Negro Election Day exhibit is fascinating, enlightening and informative. It takes you from slavery in this country to modern day and provides a perspective that makes you think about current events. It is important history that needs to be told over and over again.
-- Salem Historical Tours
My visit to the United Salem exhibition over the summer was both enlighten and informative. During my visit to the exhibition I learned about the importance of the first Negro Election Day along with Salem Willows Park. The exhibition was presented in a way that offered visitors the true sense of reality at the time. The exhibition is a tool to teach and inspire people of all ages and backgrounds. There is always more to learn about black history and this exhibition proves once again that Black History Matters.
- Nancy Afonso, Congressional Aide, U.S.
SENATOR EDWARD J. MARKEY
No reservations needed
Admission is free
Hours, beginning :
Doreen Wade, Salem United, Inc. President