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Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program at JCAL

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY

In recent times, the press has speculated that due to the growing polarization of US politics, perhaps a American civil war is in the offing. This fall, JCAL Reads, supported by a grant from Humanities New York, isn't looking to stoke such speculation so much as gain a historical perspective on what this means. By examining some of the Abraham Lincoln's addresses on freedom, civic duty, slavery and the Constitution both before and during his Presidency -- from his 1838 “Address to the Young Men’s Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois” to his famous “House Divided” speech -- we will reflect on […]

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Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program at JCAL

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY

In recent times, the press has speculated that due to the growing polarization of US politics, perhaps a American civil war is in the offing. This fall, JCAL Reads, supported by a grant from Humanities New York, isn't looking to stoke such speculation so much as gain a historical perspective on what this means. By examining some of the Abraham Lincoln's addresses on freedom, civic duty, slavery and the Constitution both before and during his Presidency -- from his 1838 “Address to the Young Men’s Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois” to his famous “House Divided” speech -- we will reflect on […]

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Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program at JCAL

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY

In recent times, the press has speculated that due to the growing polarization of US politics, perhaps a American civil war is in the offing. This fall, JCAL Reads, supported by a grant from Humanities New York, isn't looking to stoke such speculation so much as gain a historical perspective on what this means. By examining some of the Abraham Lincoln's addresses on freedom, civic duty, slavery and the Constitution both before and during his Presidency -- from his 1838 “Address to the Young Men’s Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois” to his famous “House Divided” speech -- we will reflect on […]

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Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program at JCAL

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY

In recent times, the press has speculated that due to the growing polarization of US politics, perhaps a American civil war is in the offing. This fall, JCAL Reads, supported by a grant from Humanities New York, isn't looking to stoke such speculation so much as gain a historical perspective on what this means. By examining some of the Abraham Lincoln's addresses on freedom, civic duty, slavery and the Constitution both before and during his Presidency -- from his 1838 “Address to the Young Men’s Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois” to his famous “House Divided” speech -- we will reflect on […]

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Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program at JCAL

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY

In recent times, the press has speculated that due to the growing polarization of US politics, perhaps a American civil war is in the offing. This fall, JCAL Reads, supported by a grant from Humanities New York, isn't looking to stoke such speculation so much as gain a historical perspective on what this means. By examining some of the Abraham Lincoln's addresses on freedom, civic duty, slavery and the Constitution both before and during his Presidency -- from his 1838 “Address to the Young Men’s Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois” to his famous “House Divided” speech -- we will reflect on […]

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JCAL Reads: Audre Lorde

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY

The program will be taking place virtually on Zoom.

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JCAL Reads: Audre Lorde

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY

The program will be taking place virtually on Zoom.

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JCAL Reads: Audre Lorde

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY

The program will be taking place virtually on Zoom.

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JCAL Reads: Audre Lorde

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY

The program will be taking place virtually on Zoom.