Writer’s Retreat Holds Frederick Douglass Reading In Martha’s Vineyard

RenaissanceHouseMarthasVineyard2Readers of all ages, races and backgrounds are invited by Renaissance House: Retreat for Writers & Artists in Martha’s Vineyard to celebrate Independence Day by being a part of one of the most powerful speeches of all time in America.

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Renaissance House Seeks Volunteers for Reading Of Frederick Douglass’ Speech

FrederickDouglass-1848Renaissance House Retreat for Writers & Artists in Martha’s Vineyard invites people of all ages, races and backgrounds to celebrate July 4 by participating in the 15th annual reading of Frederick Douglass’ historic 1852 speech “What Does the Fourth of July Mean to the Negro?” on Inkwell Beach in Oak Bluffs on Saturday, July 4 at 12:00noon. The reading is followed by a free potluck lunch.

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