On Saturday, February 24th, you are invited to join the William Trent House for an engaging conversation regarding the legacy of President Barack Obama, America’s first African American president. This conversation will begin at 2pm and will be hosted virtually on Zoom, so guests are welcome to tune in from anywhere. Your host for the afternoon will be Mike Days, author of “Obama’s Legacy: What He Accomplished as President”. This event is free to attend, although advanced registration is required. If you do plan on tuning in, please sign up in advanced by RSVPing here: Register – Trent House. For those looking to support the William Trent House Museum’s incredible work and assure these events remain accessible to all, at-will donations can be made on their website, linked here: Donate – Trent House.

Mike Days is an experience historian and a subject matter expert on the life and legacy of Barack Obama. Mr. Days is a recently retired veteran masthead editor with 43 years of experience in journalism. He has had the opportunity to work with a number of renowned publications over the years, including the Wall Street Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Philadelphia Daily News. Mr. Days is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists Hall of Fame, which he was inducted into in 2017. He currently serves as a partner in Editors On Call, where he works with a number of clients and authors on blogs, newspapers, magazines, and more. Days also serves as a trustee of the Trent House Association, where he has been a member since 2022.

This program is presented by the William Trent House Museum, one of Trenton’s finest resources for history, culture, and educational fun. From engaging seminars with authors and experts to hands-on history events and more, there is something at the Trent House for every member of the family to enjoy. What sets the Trent House apart is their devotion to sharing the rich diversity of the history of our region, emphasizing the lived experiences of both European settlers, Native Americans, and African descendants, both enslaved and free. An immersive glimpse at a Trenton gone by, a visit to the museum is certain to leave you with a richer, fuller view of how the Capital City came to be.

For more information on this and other upcoming events at the William Trent House Museum, please check out their website, linked here: Trent House – Home. If you have any questions or would like any assistance registering for the upcoming lecture, you can touch base with the William Trent House team by filling out their contact form, linked here: Contact Us – Trent House. This afternoon of educational fun is certain to offer new insights to one of America’s most significant presidents, so be certain to secure your spot today.

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