Join us for Milton’s 3rd year reciting Frederick Douglass’s famed oratory- "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July" - a hybrid event.
Thursday - June 24th from 7-8:30 in person on the lawn of Forbes House Museum, in Milton or join via Zoom link to be forwarded once registered! This is a collaboration between Forbes House Museum, Courageous Conversations Towards Racial Justice through grant support from Mass Humanities.
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Whether in person or on Zoom you may participate by contributing your voice in reading a paragraph of the speech.
Are you interested in reading a short paragraph for the community reading of the speech. *
We would like to be equitable and inclusive about dispersing voices of community members in this event - can you please share your racial demographic information for this reason - completing this question - I identify racially as ____________.
Please let us know from which city/town/state you are joining us whether remote or in person?
THANK YOU- WE WILL SEE YOU ON JUNE 24th, 2021 join in for music from 6:30-7, 7-8 community speech, 8-8:30 sm. group conversation !
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