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NYC(P) Sunday Morning Private Walking Tour of Brooklyn Heights with Lucie Levine (May 19, 11AM ET)

Sunday, May 19, 2024, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM ET

Join us on Sunday morning for Brownstones & Ballot Boxes - Women's Suffrage in Brooklyn Heights - a Private Walking Tour led by Lucie Levine, TTNers’ favorite tour guide.

Brooklyn Heights was home to some of the nation’s earliest suffrage organizations, including those founded by Black women. The suffragists of Brooklyn Heights, known as the "wise women of Brooklyn” were doctors, lawyers, educators and orators whose vision and fortitude changed the course of history.

On this tour, we’ll explore suffrage history at what was once “the center of Black Brooklyn,” find out why the Brooklyn Bridge is a feminist icon, and see how the original location of the Brooklyn Academy of Music set the stage for the Women’s Movement.

After our tour you can stay for (pay-your-own) brunch with fellow TTNers.

Our Presenter: Lucie Levine is a writer, historian and licensed New York City tour guide. She founded the historical tour and event company Archive on Parade, and has offered tours and lectures on New York City history in collaboration with The Municipal Art Society, The New School, CUNY, NYU Langone, The American Institute of Architects, The Historic Districts Council, The New York Public Library, The 92nd Street Y, Village Preservation, The New York Preservation Archive Project and Landmark West. She is also a Public Space Programming Partner for the New York City Department of Transportation, and has published widely on New York City history at outlets including The Gotham Center for New York City History Blog, Jstor Daily, and 6sqft, where she was the Contributing History Writer. Lucie currently works as the Preservation Advocacy and Community Outreach Manager for the Historic Districts Council in New York City.

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Sunday, May 19, 2024, 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Brooklyn Heights- Near #2,3,4,5 & R subway, location provided upon registration
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Barbara Stahura
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