Matilda Arabella Evans Room 8 Hours

Collaborative Space - 8 Hours

  • 8 hours
  • 800 US dollars

Service Description

Amazing natural lighting, photographer fav, mobile desks, comfy chairs neutral design and cowhide rugs. Can be arranged however you like. Have props to bring? No problem. Need food and drink? Contact us to arrange food and beverage. Members use your coupon code for half price. In July 1930, Matilda Arabella Evans, M.D. opened the Columbia Clinic Association, the city’s first free clinic for African American children. Expecting to receive just 150 to 200 people seeking vaccinations, instead the clinic’s staff immediately found themselves overwhelmed—700 people sought treatment on the very first day. They crowded the basement of Zion Baptist Church and the street outside, “some crippled—some blind, many on crutches, scores showing evidence of undernourishment—hundreds needing some simple treatment that would put them back on the road to sturdy health.”

Contact Details

+18035924095

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