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 Uncommon Hour 

 

SPOTLIGHT

 

UNCOMMON HOUR:

FREDERICK DOUGLASS SIXTY SECOND LECTURE SERIES

Tuesday, April 22, 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.

Sheehy Theater, Maltby Center

 

The third annual Frederick Douglass Sixty Second Lectures are a series of one minute lectures presented by faculty, staff and students of Slippery Rock University to the campus and community. Frederick Douglass, the former slave, distinguished orator, journalist, author, and statesman gave many public lectures on many topics most of which dealt with human rights and social justice. During this program you will get to hear lectures on topics in fields of art, dance, history, english, political science, public health, modern languages, anthropology, geography, physics and many other disciplines. 

 

Sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Institute, Women’s Studies and the Kaleidoscope Arts Festival.