We are grateful to our sponsors whose generosity allowed us to offer this program free to our community: Brockton Housing Authority, the Just Checking In Foundation, the Eastern Bank Foundation, HarborOne Bank, Rockland Trust, State Representative Gerry Cassidy, Lynn Smith, State Representative Claire Cronin, and the Psi Iota Omega Chapter of AKA.
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An Evening With Frederick Douglass
April 12, 2018, 7 pm
Join us at the War Memorial Building Auditorium, 156 West Elm Street, for an impactful and memorable evening. Charles Everett Pace, renowned scholar and actor, will bring his one man performance art to Brockton, portraying Mr. Douglass.
His presentation will focus on Mr. Douglass in New England, his relationship with William Lloyd Garrison, and the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. Following his speech there will be a Q&A session and light refreshments.
The program is free, but due to the limited seats available an RSVP BY EMAIL IS REQUIRED.
Email to place your name on our guest list so we may hold seats for you.
There is free parking availble at the venue and across the street at the former Registry of Deeds Building. The auditorium is handicapped accessible via elevator.
The program will start at 7 pm SHARP and end around 8:30 pm, with a reception and light refreshments until 9 pm.