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Reading Frederick Douglass Together

  • Carrboro Century Center 100 North Greensboro Street Carrboro, NC, 27510 United States (map)

As part of its July 4 celebration, the town of Carrboro is holding its fifth annual community reading of Frederick Douglass’ famed antislavery speech “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro.” Everyone’s invited to the Century Center from noon to 1:30 for the reading; UNC professor William Sturkey will deliver opening remarks.