Poets Theater Reads Frederick Douglas’ “July 4th for the Negro”


Published on Jul 3, 2015

As part of the Boston Literary District’s Literary Lunch Break series, several Poets’ Theatre actors and poets present a bouquet of short excerpts from great oratory and famous poems — all echoing originals first delivered in the vicinity of Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, the State House, the Boston Athenaeum, the Tremont Temple, and the Boston Public Library. The event will honor Boston’s rich legacy of great orators and literary and political figures of great variety and distinction.

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