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Join the National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House for a specialty tour offering on Sunday, June 19 at 2 pm. The tour will discuss the role of the media in the 19th century and how the legendary American civil rights leader, Susan B. Anthony, carefully curated her public image. The tour also explores the great reformers Frederick Douglass and Ida B. Wells and how they used their words as agents of change. After the tour, we invite you to a round table discussion in our Carriage House.

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