Frederick Douglass (former slave turned eloquent orator and writer) and Ida B. Wells (anti-lynching activist and journalist) forged a friendship shortly before his unexpected death in 1895.
In a short time, Frederick became not just a colleague, but a mentor to Ida. This one-act play, written by Larissa Brewington, depicts a day in the life of Frederick and Ida during the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.
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Friday, March 2, 1pm
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