African American Legacy Book Released

WSAALegacy Book for web


Winston-Salem’s African American Legacy Book Released

Available at Moravian Book & Gift Store

(624 South Main Street)

Cheryl Harry, Director of African American Programs at Old Salem Museums & Gardens has released a new local history book entitled,  Winston-Salem’s African American Legacy.


About the Book

Winston-Salem’s African American Legacy showcases the significant contributions through the lens of the city’s historical cultural institutions. Images found in the book are from local archives and private collections. This pictorial history boasts more than 200 vintage images and provides readers with a unique opportunity to reconnect with the history that shaped their community.

About the Author

Cheryl Harry is a cultural curator whose mission is engaging the community in the preservation and celebration of black heritage. She develops educational and outreach programming to spawn dialogue among people of all backgrounds and ethnicities. She is the Director of African American programming at Old Salem Museums & Gardens.

For more information, please contact Cheryl Harry (721-7399,