Six women who helped shape the country will join the National Women’s Hall of Fame posthumously on December 10, 2020. Mrs. Lacks was nominated by the Henrietta Lacks Legacy Group, and vice president Dr. Adele Newson-Horst will speak at the event.
On April 3rd, HLLG presented its Fifth Annual Steel Workers Program. This year’s keynote speaker was Mr. Bill Barry, Labor Historian and Mr. Lee Douglass, First African American Shop Steward at Sparrows Point, was honored for his service. This program commemorates the contributions of African American Steel workers in the development of Sparrows Point, Turner Station, Baltimore County and the surrounding community.