200 Years of Little Liberia
The Freeman Centers first ever virtual event spotlighting the significance of The Mary & Eliza Freeman Houses (circa 1848), the oldest surviving Connecticut homes built and owned by African Americans, and telling the Little Liberia story to 1000 households nationwide! In the early 1820’s when CT and the United States still had slavery, free African and Native American people from Connecticut created a significant and prosperous settlement called Liberia, “Free Land,” to give sanctuary, opportunity, and dignity to Black and indigenous people who chose to call Bridgeport home.
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The event branding works with lines to symbolize "connectivity" that has been there for over 200 years in this community.
The brand colors were incorporated in the event branding with animated organic line patterns.