Historians have discovered that a small building in Williamsburg, Virginia, was once the Williamsburg Bray School, a school for Black children in colonial times. In this audio story, a graduate student who acts as a colonial character for visitors to Colonial Williamsburg, the city’s historic district, discusses the schoolhouse’s discovery and purpose. Listen to hear about what makes the Williamsburg Bray School unique, and learn about its impact on the community it served.
Story Length: 4:04
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