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Voices of the Underground Railroad
Presented by Esther Malone
Date: 2/1/2018 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Cost: free
Location: Basement Program Room

Underground Railroad program graphic        "Voices of the Underground Railroad" highlights
the African-American experience, and invites everyone to contemplate and share
their personal family journey.

Celebrate the human drive we all possess to simply "be."  Hear the voices of those who have come and gone before us.  Meet people who blazed the path to freedom through fearless tenacity.  Sojourn with a young man propelled by the desire to make his own way in the world and, with the help of the Underground Railroad, gets to freedom.  He survives the capture, the middle passage and the auction block!  We become a part of--and feel the heartbeat and urgency of--the Underground Railroad. 

Experience,      Feel,        Celebrate  . . .        History.

For ADULTS and TEENS; no registration required.
Please call 972-744-4376 for more information.

Funding for this program provided by the Friends of Richardson Library.