LOUDOUN FREEDOM FOUNDATION

battling injustice and engendering hope
with STEM  and education based initiatives!


Our mission is to eliminate injustice and engender hope, understanding and reconciliation through STEM research, historical preservation and education as it relates to the lives & contributions of the enslaved and other African Americans who lived in and may be buried throughout Loudoun County & Northern Virginia




Loudoun Freedom Center

Lansdowne Executive Center

19440 Golf Vista Plaza, 

Suite 140

Lansdowne, VA 20176


Michelle C. Thomas

Founder & Executive Director


Fred Snowden

Research & Education Director

freds733@aol.com

(571)309-4041

FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH

CELEBRATE WITH US EVERY SATURDAY!  

FEBRUARY 6, 13, 20 & 27     4:00-6:30 PM

LOUDOUN FREEDOM CENTER

      19440 Golf Vista Plaza, Lansdowne, VA 20176              (Riverside Parkway - accross from the new fire station)

NEW, EXCITING PROGRAMS EACH WEEK       

Featuring "Looking Blackward"

An exhibit of genuine Black History artifacts

  • iron slave shackles & spiked discipline collar
  • Civil War items including the banner of the 21st USCT
  • shocking Jim Crow memorabila 
  • appauling out of print books & revealing documents
 
WHAT YOU CAN DO
  • Visit the Loudoun Freedom Museum 
  • Travel the Loudoun Freedom Trail using our interactive maps and GPS
  • Have a non-invasive cheek swab and see how you may be related to former Loudoun County residents

  • Register for a class, symposium, or conference and discover how our research is uniting our community 
  • Volunteer to serve at the Visitors Center, Freedom Chapel, DNA research facility, Museum or Education Center
  • Make a tax-deductible contribution in support of our foundation at any of our locations, by mail or online
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WHAT WE DO

Historical Preservation 
Slave Cemeteries & 
African American Communities
STEM Education
Classes, Conferences, Symposiums
Group Counseling
Inner healing for issues related to racial & gender injustice
DNA Genome Project
Connecting the past with the present
Visitors Center
Museum, Interactive Map, Data Center
Loudoun Freedom Chapel
A place to find peace and hope
Ancestral Heritage Mission
visit LFC & search for your "Roots"
*BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS
February 6
Honoring Veterans of Battle in Life and Service: the USCT, Buffalo Soldiers & Tuskegee Airmen
February 13
Hallowed Sites of Sacred Honor: where the enslaved are burried, but not forgotten 
February 20
Telling Your Your Story: sharing your own personal artifacts and memoribilia
February 27
Discovering Your "Roots": connecting the genealogical past with your ancestral heritage
* for more information visit our Facebook page

COMMING SOON!!!
March 21-25
Spring STEM Camp - students in grades 1-8







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