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Tags: English Language Arts, In Person, Social Studies, Theater
In-Person Field Trip

A theatrical experience inspiring meaningful conversation. These two self-made men, at a time when our divided nation faced annihilation, worked through their differences with courage and compassion, forging a friendship that helped to end the Civil War and reunite our nation
Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass: A Walk to Respect, a staged reading of a one-act play written by Beth Duda with original spoken word poetry by Cedric Hameed, illuminates the importance of human connections, active listening, and civil discourse.

Grades 8-12th


Single Day Event

Date:November 6

Time:10:00 am - 11:30 am



The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Center
1375 E. Broadway Road,
Phoenix, 85040 United States
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