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What Would Douglass Do?

February 8, 7-8:30pm

The report Hard Facts: Race and Ethnicity in the Nine-County Greater Rochester Area paints a sobering and challenging picture of our racial gaps. Join the talk back "What Would Frederick Douglass Do?" to contemplate ways Frederick Douglass would directly and dramatically address our education, economic, and housing racial inequities.

Speakers

Ann Johnson
Senior Director, ACT Rochester

Hanif Abdul-Wahid
Community Liaison for Neighborhood Initiatives, Monroe County

Carvin Eison
Director, Rochester Community Television

This event is part of the exhibition No Soil Better: Art and the Living Legacy of Frederick Douglass

Admission: $2 / free for members