Please note: This event is limited to the first 30 registrants. Registration must be paid by October 15 to keep you reservation for this event otherwise we will release your seat to someone on the waiting list.
Please join us for a fulfilling day of learning about Syracuse's storied past of abolition and literacy. We will travel to the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum in Peterboro, take a walking tour of downtown Syracuse with the Onondaga Historical Association, and hear from playwright Kyle Bass, author of "Possessing Harriet."
In addition we will also hear from LiteracyCNY as well as local ELA educator and NEH scholar Wendy Everard.
6 hours of CTLE credits will be provided.
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