Speakers Bureau

Talks and Living History Presentations for Your Community

Meet Lucy Stone

Image of Judith BlackOne hundred and fifty years ago, married women had no legal existence and dared not speak in public, even to condemn the buying and trading of human beings. One hundred and fifty years ago, a woman from Massachusetts dedicated her life as a public speaker to changing this world.

Often referred to as “the shining star” of the antislavery and woman’s rights movements, Miss Stone, as portrayed by Judith Black, will lead you with her wit, intelligence, and passionate commitment into sharing her vision of this world as a better place.

Special Arrangements: private dressing room; wooden chair and table/desk, podium, free-standing coat rack or other surface on which to place props.

Additional Costs: $150 plus travel.

About the presenter

Image of Judith Black Judith Black - Judith has been featured on stages from the Montreal Comedy Festival to the Smithsonian Institution, and is the winner of the Oracle Award, storytelling’s most coveted laurel. See full biography.

Booking a talk

First, contact the speaker to confirm their availability and discuss any special arrangements. Then, click the “Book this Talk!” button below to send a request form to VHC. We’ll respond within one week.