Black History in Hudson: Celebrating and Reflecting with the Shiloh Baptist Church

  • Shiloh Baptist Church 14 Warren Street Hudson, NY, 12534 United States

Suggested donation of $10*

Shiloh Baptist Church in Hudson, NY

The Prison Public Memory Project is honored to be participating in “A Night of Celebrating and Reflecting on Hudson’s Black History” through the voices of past and present members of the Shiloh Baptist Church in Hudson, NY.

The Prison Public Memory Project joins Shiloh Baptist Church in celebrating its 100th anniversary

For this event, members of the church and The Prison Public Memory Project team have produced an audio/visual program based on photographs assembled by members of the church and interviews of members of the church conducted by Brian Buckley, Hudson Site Coordinator of the Prison Public Memory Project, Oral History Summer School (Hudson, NY), and oral historian Suzanne Snider. Special thanks to PPMP team member and Shiloh Baptist Church congregant Quintin Cross for his guidance in putting this program together.

The interviews by Brian Buckley were part of the PPMP’s work gathering oral histories from people employed at the NYS Training School for Girls in Hudson. We are thrilled to be able to contribute parts of these interviews dealing with Shiloh Baptist Church and the role of its members in black history in Hudson and beyond.

All are welcome to attend.

*Proceeds from the event will go to the Shiloh Baptist Church 100th Anniversary being celebrated November 5th through November 8th. 

Congregants at the Shiloh Baptist Church in Hudson, NY