The Natick Historical Society invites local teens to take part in a public reading of Frederick Douglass’s 1852 speech, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?”
The reading will take place on Sunday, June 27 at 6:00pm on the front steps of the Morse Institute Library in Natick. Each teen will then have the opportunity to read 1-3 paragraphs from the speech, which is about thirty minutes in total. The event will be recorded.
Interested teens should send email to reserve their spot: email@example.com.
This free event is inspired by the Mass Humanities Reading Frederick Douglass program.
Check out our post and video from 2020’s reading.
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