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Events » April 2017 » Theodore Hamm — Brooklyn Borough Hall, Brooklyn, NY

Theodore Hamm — Brooklyn Borough Hall, Brooklyn, NY

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Marxist Education Project presents a Frederick Douglass Walk in Brooklyn, visiting locations that were significant to Douglass before and after the Civil War, conducted and led by Theodore Hamm. We will meet on the steps of the Borough Hall before visiting the original locations of the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and a nearby church where Frederick Douglass spoke in 1886; then Plymouth Church; then head over to Bridge Street (near Manhattan Bridge), where the Gloucesters lived, then see the original location of Bridge Street AME (where Douglass spoke in 1863), and from there go to Livingston Street where Tilton lived, then head back to Borough Hall. This is a fundraiser for the Marxist Education Project. Admission is $20. All participants who pay $30 or $40 will receive a copy of Frederick Douglass in Brooklyn.



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