The Walden Woods Project sponsors the Stewardship Lecture Series to celebrate innovation and creativity in environmental stewardship and to highlight the work of those who are promoting the values and ideas embodied by Thoreau. The Lecture Series features talks, panel discussions or media presentations featuring individuals at the cutting edge of a renewed environmental and social justice movement. Programs are all free and open to the public, unless specified.
The Walden Woods Project, Lincoln Massachusetts
The Walden Woods Project invites you to our upcoming Stewardship Lecture with Kenneth B. Morris, Jr.
Kenneth B. Morris, Jr., is Co-Founder and President of the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives, with a mission “to advance freedom through knowledge and strategic action.” Morris, the great-great-great grandson of Frederick Douglass and the great-great grandson of Booker T. Washington, will introduce the FDFI’s “One Million Abolitionists” project and speak to the issue of abolition from the days of Thoreau and Douglass to the present.
Attendees are asked to make a donation of at least $4, which will cover the cost of a special bicentennial edition of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave (hardback) to a school with limited financial resources.
Doors open at 7 p.m. for a wine and cheese reception.
The presentation begins promptly at 7:30 p.m.
$4 suggested minimum donation (accepted the night of the event)
Seating is free but limited. To RSVP on-line, click the button below. You can also register over the phone at 781-259-4707.
Co-sponsored by The Robbins House
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Lincoln (MA) Public Television frequently records our Stewardship Lectures and makes them available to the public. Please visit their site to see a selection of some of our past Lectures (select "Walden Woods" in the menu on the left side of the page).