Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, all Pratt Library locations are closed out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our customers. Currently programs and events through April 11 have been cancelled. We will continue to update this page with more information as the situation evolves.
Prattlibrary.org will be kept up to date with further information regarding the closure of our physical locations. While our physical locations are closed, you may still use your Pratt Library Card to access Pratt Digital Library resources, including research materials, downloads, and streaming media for all ages.
“In Freedom’s Name,” is an exhibition that commemorates the many contributions of African Americans in Maryland who have served in uniform as early as 1634 through today. The traveling exhibit, curated by the Maryland Military Historical Society (MDMHS) and Stevenson University’s Department of Public History & Humanities, provides historical context for the accomplishments of African-American Marylanders in each of 12 major eras. The first major exhibit of its kind in Maryland, it is also among the largest traveling installation produced in the U.S.
Saturday, February 29
Central Library, Elizabeth K. Moser Central Hall
400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201