Dino Robinson
Dino Robinson. (Image from Interfaith presentation)

In part two of a two-part episode, we rejoin Dino Robinson from Shorefront Legacy Center who continues sharing stories from his experiences growing up in Evanston and his work at Shorefront. Dino’s work at Shorefront ensures that the Black experience along the North Shore is not forgotten or ignored. This work has always been important and is even more necessary in these divisive times as we recognize the necessity of having a space to hold and treasure our histories.

As the founder and current Executive Director of Shorefront Legacy Center, Dino continues to build SLC as well as consulting with many communities, related to community based archives.  

Click here to listen to Part One of our interview with Dino.

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