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"Frederick Douglass: In His Time and In Ours" with Professor David W. Blight, PhD
Chesapeake Forum is delighted to launch our semester with a Distinguished Visiting Professor Lecture featuring David W. Blight, Sterling Professor of History and
Director of the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at Yale University
Professor David Blight of Yale University will lead us thru a virtual lecture on Zoom will draw past and present together by focusing on some of Frederick Douglass’s key legacies. The class session includes time for a Q & A session with Professor Blight following his lecture.
This lecture is in memory of John F. Ford
Founding President of Chesapeake Forum
with Professor David Blight, Ph.D
Choose between Live ZOOM Class Session or Recorded $25
Thursday, January 21
4:00- 5:30 pm (EST)
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Join us for "Fighting Words" with Steve Goldman "the Newspaper Guy," "Birds and Birding" with Wayne Bell and more...
Immerse yourself into Part II of "The Many Faces of Fascism" with Ray Vergne, "Let's Look at Artificial Intelligence" with Larry Rudner and more...
Engage in discussion with Great Decisions 2021, and "'Normal' Aging and Life Interruptions" with Miranda Donnelly and more...
Tickle your thought process with Glory Aiken and "True Stories, Well Told," and Lynn Randle's "Conversation: The Legacy of Social Media" and more...
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