May

Annual "No Small Courage" Symposium
May 20, 2017

The Prudence Crandall Museum and Friends of the Prudence Crandall Museum, Inc., Symposium brings together scholars and historians to discuss a variety of topics relevant to the life and legacy of Prudence Crandall, Sarah Harris and the more than 20 other African-American young women who attended the Canterbury Female Boarding School between 1831 and 1834. Speakers for 2017 include educator, author and Crandall biographer Prof. Jennifer Rycenga; Educator and author Prof. Anna-Lisa Cox. Additional participants to be announced.

Contact Name: Kazimiera Kozlowski, Museum Curator
Contact Phone: 860-546-7800 ext 8
Contact E-Mail: kaz.kozlowski@ct.gov

Ticket Information:$25. which includes workshop materials, box lunch, and admission to the Prudence Crandall Museum.

Location Name: Canterbury Community Center
Location Address: 1 Municipal Drive
Location Phone: 860-546-7800


 
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