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By Renaissance House Retreat for Writers & Artists
Public Reading of Frederick Douglass Speech “What Does the Fourth of July Mean to the Negro?” changed to Saturday, July 5 due to weather. To be held at Inkwell Beach by Renaissance House: Retreat for Writers & Artists. Readers invited.
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By Renaissance House: Retreat for Writers & Artists
Abigail McGrath, Founder of Renaissance House Writers Retreat, Invites “Voices” of All Ages to Participate in Dramatic Reading of Frederick Douglass' Speech "What Does Fourth of July Mean to the Negro" on Inkwell Beach. Potluck lunch served.
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By Green Herring Art & Framing
Hank D. Herring will present highlights from the life and the famed July 4 speech of Frederick Douglass in a one-man stage show in the Black Box Theater at ARTworks in Beaufort, SC February 14 and 15, 2014.
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By Renaissance House: A Retreat for Writers and Other
Renaissance House: A Retreat for Writers and Other Artists in Martha's Vineyard Holds a Pot Luck Picnic and Public Reading of Frederick Douglass' Speech “What Does the Fourth of July Mean to a Negro?” on July 4 at State Beach
12048854
By Freelance Associates
Young Baltimore actor Anthony Hobbs co-stars in the PBS Special ‘The Abolitionist,’ starring Richard Brooks, to air January 8, 2013
By Rita D. Lewis
NMTA Grants “Art Special Award” to Weitzman for Colorado Project After 40 Years, Weitzman Continues Producing Acclaimed Work, Art and Innovations

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12344844
By Renaissance House Retreat for Writers & Artists
Public Reading of Frederick Douglass Speech “What Does the Fourth of July Mean to the Negro?” changed to Saturday, July 5 due to weather. To be held at Inkwell Beach by Renaissance House: Retreat for Writers & Artists. Readers invited.
12342933
By Renaissance House: Retreat for Writers & Artists
Abigail McGrath, Founder of Renaissance House Writers Retreat, Invites “Voices” of All Ages to Participate in Dramatic Reading of Frederick Douglass' Speech "What Does Fourth of July Mean to the Negro" on Inkwell Beach. Potluck lunch served.
12277343
By Green Herring Art & Framing
Hank D. Herring will present highlights from the life and the famed July 4 speech of Frederick Douglass in a one-man stage show in the Black Box Theater at ARTworks in Beaufort, SC February 14 and 15, 2014.
12166562
By Renaissance House: A Retreat for Writers and Other
Renaissance House: A Retreat for Writers and Other Artists in Martha's Vineyard Holds a Pot Luck Picnic and Public Reading of Frederick Douglass' Speech “What Does the Fourth of July Mean to a Negro?” on July 4 at State Beach
12048854
By Freelance Associates
Young Baltimore actor Anthony Hobbs co-stars in the PBS Special ‘The Abolitionist,’ starring Richard Brooks, to air January 8, 2013
By Freelance Associates
Seven year-old Anthony Hobbs stars in DreamWorks’ ‘How to Train Your Dragon: Dragon and Dinosaurs’ documentary, now available in the U.S.
By Rita D. Lewis
NMTA Grants “Art Special Award” to Weitzman for Colorado Project After 40 Years, Weitzman Continues Producing Acclaimed Work, Art and Innovations
By Mary Ann Henker
Mission of Both Organizations to be Met by Shared Partnership
By Maureen Ryan
Val J. Halamandaris, the founder of the Caring Institute and the Frederick Douglass Museum and Hall of Fame for Caring Americans, today called upon all Americans to celebrate the life of America's greatest advocate for human rights.
By Rosica Strategic Public Relations
At 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 14, the day Frederick Douglass chose as his birthday, over 30 local 4th and 5th grade elementary school children will attend Frederick Douglass’s 190th birthday celebration as Douglass himself.

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