Black Workers at Bethlehem Steel

Black Workers at Bethlehem Steel

Wednesday, April 21 @ 7 pm

Hear personal stories from Black workers at Bethlehem Steel’s Sparrows Point steel mill and shipyard featured in the new podcast “Sparrows Point: an American Steel Story” in this one-hour Zoom discussion co-hosted by the BMI and Reginald F. Lewis Museum.

Free, registration required: Register here

About the Partners and the Program

About the Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Located in the heart of Downtown Baltimore, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture is the premier experience and best resource for information and inspiration about the lives of African American Marylanders. Read more about visiting the museum here.

About the Bethlehem Steel Legacy Project

The Bethlehem Steel Legacy Project (BSLP) preserves the 125-year history of the steelmaking giant in Baltimore. At its height, its Sparrows Point mill was the largest steel producer in the world. The project honors the experiences of the men and women who worked at Bethlehem Steel, preserves the material record of steelmaking in Baltimore, and documents the mill’s dramatic rise and devastating fall. In addition to a long-term exhibition slated to open this fall, you’re invited to explore steel stories through the limited-edition podcast series “Sparrows Point: an American Steel Story,” the “From Point to Point” blog, the Beth Steel Legacy Community Collection, and recordings of past programs accessible on YouTube.

The Baltimore Museum of Industry celebrates the dignity of work, and can provide a forum for exploring such issues as workers’ rights and workplace equity, providing historical context for contemporary issues that impact our community.

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