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The Frederick Lee Lectures: Sugar, Slavery, and Social Justice

March 14 @ 4 PM
Presenter: Pat Wilson Pheanious

Former Connecticut state representative and professor Pat Wilson Pheanious concludes our three-part series with her lecture, “Connecting the Past to our Present.” Research completed by the Witness Stones Project revealed that her ancestors were enslaved in the Caribbean and brought to Guilford. She will explore her family’s long history in America, tracing her roots to patriots who fought in the Revolutionary War. Pheanious’s presentation will reveal the ways that her family thrived in the face of insurmountable challenges and became dedicated public servants with a deep commitment to serving our nation. 

IMPORTANT PARTICIPANT INFORMATION

Registration is required for this event.
Suggested donation of $5.
Zoom link will be emailed to registrants on the day of the talk.

If you wish to attend at no charge, contact us at director@madisonhistory.org. All programs are recommended for adults and children 10 and older.

For more information, call 203.245.4567

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The coronavirus pandemic has shifted our programming online. The annual meeting, school tours, and the Frederick Lee Lectures will all be hosted virtually this year on the ZOOM platform.

Please call the office if you need assistance creating a ZOOM account or if you need a brief ZOOM tutorial.

We look forward to seeing you in person but for now, to keep everyone safe, we look forward to seeing you online.

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