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Lifted Voices: Civic Season

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Costumed interpreters bring to life real stories of NC journalists, activists, and public figures!

Lifted Voices is a series of living history programs that bring to life people and stories from Greensboro’s (and North Carolina’s) past. This is a free, family-friendly program. Join us for history in first person.

Activity Type:

In Person, Indoor, Social Activity

Level:

beginner-friendly

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