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The Madison Historical Society presents MADSON HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Frederick Lee Lectures The Lectures will be presented via ZOOM. Registration is required. Sign up now at www.madisonhistory.org GULP T ER Sugar, Slavery. and Social Justice Matthew Warshauer, Ph.D Professor of History, Central Connecticut State University January 10 e 4 PM Connecticut's Sweet Tooth: Sugar, Slavery, and the West Indies Trade Exploring how Connecticut relled on the West Indian markets while ignoring its role in the Atfantic slove trade. Leera Pat Wilson Pheanious, JD, MSW Co-Chair Witness Stones Project & Former State Legislator March 14 @ 4 PM hay of londerad ISEA Dennis Culliton, MAT American Social Justice: Connecting * the Past to Our Present and Building a Co-Chair & Executive Director, PA Witness Stones Project February 14 @4 PM Witness Stones Project and Finding Slavery in Madison and Guilford Uneorthing and celebrating the lives and contributions of local enslaved people. NICARAGU Sustainable Future Discovering an American familys path from enslavement to achievement and the elusive quest for social justice. The Madison Foundation provided generous financial support. We appreciate YOUR support with a suggested donation of $5. S o VEN UKS ARTHA L CALACAS CU MANA NEW The Madison Historical Society presents MADSON HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Frederick Lee Lectures The Lectures will be presented via ZOOM. Registration is required. Sign up now at www.madisonhistory.org GULP T ER Sugar, Slavery. and Social Justice Matthew Warshauer, Ph.D Professor of History, Central Connecticut State University January 10 e 4 PM Connecticut's Sweet Tooth: Sugar, Slavery, and the West Indies Trade Exploring how Connecticut relled on the West Indian markets while ignoring its role in the Atfantic slove trade. Leera Pat Wilson Pheanious, JD, MSW Co-Chair Witness Stones Project & Former State Legislator March 14 @ 4 PM hay of londerad ISEA Dennis Culliton, MAT American Social Justice: Connecting * the Past to Our Present and Building a Co-Chair & Executive Director, PA Witness Stones Project February 14 @4 PM Witness Stones Project and Finding Slavery in Madison and Guilford Uneorthing and celebrating the lives and contributions of local enslaved people. NICARAGU Sustainable Future Discovering an American familys path from enslavement to achievement and the elusive quest for social justice. The Madison Foundation provided generous financial support. We appreciate YOUR support with a suggested donation of $5. S o VEN UKS ARTHA L CALACAS CU MANA NEW