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South Burlington Public Library (located in University Mall)

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South Burlington, VT 05403 United States
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July 2018

Reading Frederick Douglass 2018: South Burlington

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Join us as we read together the fiery July 5, 1852 speech in which the great abolitionist orator Frederick Douglass took exception to being asked to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence. This is a participatory event. Read More »

September 2018

Book Discussion: Black Boy by Richard Wright

September 12
6:30 pm

Throughout the 20th century, African-Americans fled southern states to escape persecution and seek opportunities further north. This series pairs Isabel Wilkerson's masterful history of this Great Migration with fiction and memoir that illuminate the north/south divide. Read More »

October 2018

Book Discussion: Cane by Jean Toomer

Throughout the 20th century, African-Americans fled southern states to escape persecution and seek opportunities further north. This series pairs Isabel Wilkerson's masterful history of this Great Migration with fiction and memoir that illuminate the north/south divide. Read More »

November 2018

Book Discussion: In My Father’s House by Ernest J. Gaines

November 14
6:30 pm

Throughout the 20th century, African-Americans fled southern states to escape persecution and seek opportunities further north. This series pairs Isabel Wilkerson's masterful history of this Great Migration with fiction and memoir that illuminate the north/south divide. Read More »

December 2018

Book Discussion: The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson

December 12
6:30 pm

Throughout the 20th century, African-Americans fled southern states to escape persecution and seek opportunities further north. This series pairs Isabel Wilkerson's masterful history of this Great Migration with fiction and memoir that illuminate the north/south divide. Read More »

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