Travel back in time in this dramatic
portrayal of Sarah and Angelina Grimke,
slaveholders' daughters turned
abolitionists in 1838. The Grimke
sisters visited more than 70
Massachusetts towns to speak on the
horrors of slavery, swaying the
direction of the anti-slavery debate.
Experience the powerful story of two
inspiring women performed by Andover
residents Susan Lenoe and Lani Peterson.
October 01, 2012 Home URL: http://www.mhl.org/ Full URL: http://www.mhl.org/about/events/hall/2008/grimke_ sisters.htm