Walking Tour: Women Activists of Cedar Hill (Sat., February 15, 2020 @ 11:30 AM)

Flyer - Fortune & Douglass _ draft (12)Learn and discuss the lost local and international history of the reformist women activists of Cedar Hill in the fields of education, arts, journalism, business and politics that worked alongside Frederick Douglass across generations & geography.

Meet the poets, actresses, musicians, principals, lawyers, seamstresses, journalists and women reformists, including the Honorable Miss Gladys Parham, who have inhabited the sacred space of Cedar Hill from the years of Frederick Douglass to the decades of preservation activism which secured the home and grounds as a flagship of the National Park Service.

Learn about women from the Eastern Shore to Paris to around the corner who have made contributions to the residual history of Cedar Hill and the neighborhood of Old Anacostia.

Questions and photography are encouraged throughout the walking tour!


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  1. #1 by Linda Aldridge on February 3, 2020 - 6:19 pm

    Hello and happy new Year’s to Everyone!!
    I am interested to attending this great informational historical history in DC..please give me a call at your earliest convenience 302-290-0418.. I’m a member of national council of black Women and 100 negro women..be bless

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