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Date

Feb 16 2022
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7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Frederick Douglass in Winchester

In 1862, a group of Winchester residents invited renowned abolitionist Frederick Douglass to speak at Lyceum Hall (across the street from present-day BookEnds). Explore the speech and its implications today with archivist Dr. Ellen Knight, author Nathan Richardson, and a member of the Mystic Valley NAACP. Hosted by the NFSJ, Winchester Historical Society, and Winchester Anti-Racism Solidarity Collective. Register here.

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