Summer Programs, 2012

Sponsored with a grant from  the New York Council on the Humanities

  • Saturday, May 19
  • No Freedom Shrieker Letters to Macedon from a Civil War Soldier 
  • Katie Aldridge, author, No Freedom Shrieker
  • Location: Macedon Academy, 1185 Macedon Center Rd, Macedon Center, N.Y.
  • Open House 1:00 – 4:30 / Talk at 1:30 — Free and open to everyone
  • Co-sponsors: 1816 Farmington Mtghouse, Macedon Hist. Soc., Wayne Co. Historian’s Ofc., Macedon’s Books, et al
  • Saturday, July 7 
  • Frederick Douglass, “What to the Slave is the 4th of July?” 
  • David Anderson, Nazareth College Location: Farmington Friends Meetinghouse, 187 County Road 8, Farmington
  • Open House 1:00 – 4:30 / Talk at 1:30pm — Free and open to everyone
  • Co-sponsored w/Rochester and Monroe County Freedom Trail Commission
  • Saturday, August 4
  • Human Trafficking at Home & Abroad
  • Cindy Dyer, Vital Voices Global PartnershipLocation: Nazareth College, Shults Community Ctr., 4245 East Ave., Rochester
  • Talk at 1:30 – 3:30 — Free and open to everyone
  • Co-sponsored w/Peace & Social Services Committee of the Farmington Friends Meeting, Sisters of St Joseph, andEmpowerment Sisters of Mercy Justice Group
  • Saturday, August 25
  • Faith & Politics The spiritual journeys of Amy Post, A Celebration of Women’s Equality Day
  • Nancy Hewitt, Rutgers University
  • Location: Farmington Friends Meetinghouse, 187 County Road 8, Farmington


  • Tours of the 1816 Meetinghouse 1:00 – 4:30 / Talk at 1:30Free and open to everyone
  • Thursday, Sept. 20
  • Land & Identity: Seneca and Quaker Perspectives on the Controversial Treaties of 1838 and 1842
  • Peter Jemison (Seneca, Heron Clan), Ganondagan State Historic Site Manager
  • Judith Wellman, Colgate University
  • Jamie Jacobs and Terry Abrams,Tonawanda Senecas
  • Location: Nazareth College, Shults Community Ctr, 4245 East Ave., Rochester
  • When: 7:00-9:00 p.m.
  • Co-sponsors: Friends of Ganondagan w/Center for Service-Learning & Dept of Religious Studies, Nazareth College
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