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.
Will you join the event in person or via zoom?
Whether in person or on Zoom you may participate by contributing your voice in reading a paragraph of the speech.
In person at Forbes House Museum
Via Zoom - please send link
I would like to decide as the date approaches
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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