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Focus on the Fullers

June 30 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT

Cost: $5 – $10

After the Framingham History Center’s program on Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller in February, it was clear that many wanted to learn more about America’s first Black psychiatrist and his renowned sculptress wife, Meta Warrick Fuller. While researching her 2005 publication Solomon Carter Fuller: Where My Caravan Has Rested, author Mary Kaplan obtained privileged information from Solomon’s personal notes as well as family interviews. As the foremost authority on the Fullers, one of her life goals is to share more of Solomon’s story as Meta’s story is quite well known. In addition to presenting at numerous medical conferences worldwide, she is currently petitioning the National African American History & Culture Museum in D.C. to get Solomon recognized in their exhibitions. Come and learn more about her effort to raise awareness around Solomon’s pioneering achievements while also learning more about Meta and Solomon’s life together.

Tickets: $5/FHC Member, $10/Not-yet-a-member

https://framinghamhistory.org/events/focus-on-the-fullers/

Details

Date:
June 30
Time:
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Cost:
$5 – $10

Organizer

Framingham History Center
Phone:
508-626-9091
Email:
laura@framinghamhistory.org
Website:
https://framinghamhistory.org/

Venue

Framingham History Center
3 Oak Street
Framingham, MA 01701 United States
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Phone:
508-626-9091
Website:
https://framinghamhistory.org/

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