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Posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 5:06 PM

The role of African American abolitionists is omitted in Hollywood movies like "Lincoln," and the particular role of Black women is generally ignored in the telling of history. Come hear about the underacknowledged contributions of activist writers Frances E.W. Harper and Maria W. Stewart to the abolitionist movement. Join in the discussion of the
legacy of these sheroes as well as of Radical Women's current organizing activities.

Meeting starts at 7:30pm. A Southern-themed supper will be served at 7:00pm for a donation of $10.00. Meeting admission free. All genders welcome.

Freedom Hall 113 W. 128th St. in Harlem, Between Malcolm X Blvd. (Lenox Ave.) & 7th Ave. Subways #2 or 3 to 125th St.

Childcare provided. For more info, call 212-222-0633 or email

113 West 128th Street, 10027    google map | yahoo map

• Location: Freedom Hall, Harlem, Manhattan

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