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The Havre de Grace Arts Collective presents: A Conversation with Frederick Douglass: The Significance of Juneteenth featuring Nathan Richardson

June 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Free

Welcome: Patricia Cole, President, Havre de Grace Colored School Museum and Cultural Center

Moderator: Sharoll Williams-Love, Student Diversity Specialist, Harford Community College

Youth Guests:
Nii Odartey Sampson, 9th Grader, Havre de Grace High School
Joycelyn Jacobs, 7th Grader, Tome School

Celebrate JUNETEENTH with this engaging, inspiring, interactive virtual conversation with “The Most Influential African-American of the 19th Century”.  A Question & Answer session will follow. We will also celebrate the talents of local youth!”

Nathan M. Richardson is a published author, performance poet, and Frederick Douglass Historian. His poetry collections include “Likeness of Being”, “Twenty-one Imaginary T-shirts” and “The 7 Last Poems of an Unarmed Citizen. “His work has been widely re-published in anthologies, magazines, and newspapers such as the Channel Marker, The Cupola, Coastal Virginia Magazine, and the Washington Post.

More information on the website.

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