[In-person attendees] Douglass Day: Celebrating 19th-Century Black Achievement: Transcription event
Douglass Day is a celebration of 19th-century Black achievement held annually on February 14, the day Frederick Douglass chose to celebrate his birthday. Each year communities gather at universities and colleges across the country to transcribe letters, news coverages and other documents related to the Colored Conventions Movement.
You are registering to attend this event in-person, in the Class of 78 Pavilion in the Kislak Center. If you wish to attend virtually via Zoom, please register here.
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