In slavery, her family was owned by his. Today, he worships at the church his slave-holding ancestor founded—and where she serves as deacon.
This graphic is a map with arrows drawn on top that explains where the Conway-Howard Racial Reconciliation event is going to be held on Dec. 7, 2019. It points out that parking for the Park Science Building is located about 75 yards southeast of the intersection of New Gulph and North Roberts Roads. It also shows that additional parking may be accessed from New Gulph Road via the entrance to the Merion Parking lot.
Sponsored by Departments of History, International Studies, and Political Science, and the Africana Studies Program.