Listening to the Ancestors:
Black Feminists & Abolitionists Speak
Saturday, December 3 • 2pm
A Literary and Historical Presentation By IONE
The Kingston Library, Kingston, NY
IONE has unearthed the 19th Century stories of courageous and talented women and men in her family. Feminists and abolitionists, authors and publishers, conductors on the Underground Railroad, she brings their voices forward, sharing evocative images and passages from her own book Pride of Family; Four Generations of American Women of Color. Currently considered a classic, it was a NY times Notable book and on The NY Public Library’s List of 25 Books to Remember on its first publication, currently an audio book and an e–Book.
For more information please visit the library's site.
This special program is in conjunction with the visiting Harriet Tubman Statue. See all the programs here.
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