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Black History Month Virtual Event: “Learning to Love Lincoln”

STC Library presents scholar, author, and professor Diana Schaub of Loyola University Maryland, who will be discussing Frederick Douglass’s speech, “Oration in Memory of Lincoln.”

“Having originally been a severe critic of Abraham Lincoln, the radical abolitionist Frederick Douglass grew to appreciate Lincoln’s prudential statesmanship. In his 1876 “Oration in Memory of Lincoln” he recapitulated that intellectual and emotional journey for the benefit of all Americans.”

This event is free and open to the public, and will be conducted through Zoom.

Event Title: “Learning to Love Lincoln: Frederick Douglass’s Journey from Grievance to Gratitude”

Speaker: Professor Diana Schaub

Date: Thursday, February 25th, 2021

Time: 3:00 – 4:00pm CST

Registration is available here: Learning to Love Lincoln

All are invited to read this important, captivating speech by Frederick Douglass prior to the event. The speech is available to STC students, faculty, and staff through STC library’s ebook collection at this link, and also available to the general public here.

For more information please contact: Bryan H. Smith, or Debby Hutchins.