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Anti-slavery Women of the Stone Building

Please join us June 22, 2024 / 10-11 am

Start: Ellen Stone Building (735 Mass Ave)

When the Ellen Stone Building opened in 1833, the women of the Robbins family were prohibited from speaking in public, voting, and taking part in politics. Join the Lexington Lyceum to learn about how the Robbins women fit into the anti-slavery movement, and about the bi-racial leaders and writers who inspired them.

You will receive an email that will serve as your entry ticket(s) when you submit this form.

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Anyone who donates by June 30, 2024, will be part of the 1833 Founders Circle.

The Ellen Stone Building was built in 1833. Help us reach 1,833 donors in the Lexington Lyceum Advocates’ first year to support Public outreach and education, organizational capacity building efforts, Lyceum conversations about contemporary issues, historical tours and programming, and inclusive community gatherings and events.

Lexington Lyceum Advocates (LLA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and contributions are tax deductible.

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