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Visitors examine the portraits of Joy Daughtry-Ross, Pauline Charles and Cherring Spence at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15.
(Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)

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The opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15.
(Ulysses Muñoz)
The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion
Visitors examine the portraits of Joy Daughtry-Ross, Pauline Charles and Cherring Spence at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15.
Visitors examine the portraits of Joy Daughtry-Ross, Pauline Charles and Cherring Spence at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion
Pastor Terrye Moore, left, takes a selfie with her sister, Rhonda Harris, at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15.
Pastor Terrye Moore, left, takes a selfie with her sister, Rhonda Harris, at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion
Guardian honoree Pauline Charles is interviewed in front of her portrait at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15.
Guardian honoree Pauline Charles is interviewed in front of her portrait at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion
Dorothy Cunningham, one of the Guardian honorees, is interviewed at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15.
Dorothy Cunningham, one of the Guardian honorees, is interviewed at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion
Pastor Terrye Moore looks up at the portrait of one of her fellow Guardian honorees, Audrey Carter, at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15.
Pastor Terrye Moore looks up at the portrait of one of her fellow Guardian honorees, Audrey Carter, at the opening of "The Guardians: Reshaping History Exhibition at the Carroll Mansion” on Saturday, November 6. The exhibition is a photo documentary and storytelling project celebrating the accomplishments of Black women leaders across various Baltimore neighborhoods, and will run from November 6 through December 15. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
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