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Civil rights movies and talks continue with 'Abolitionists'

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 25, 2013

~~<p>Kapolei Public Library's &quot;Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle&quot; film and discussion series continues Saturday with &quot;The Abolitionists,&quot; spotlighting Frederick Douglass and other early reformers in the 1830s who sought the emancipation of slaves well before the start of the Civil War.</p>
<p>Chaminade University historian Mitch Yamanaka will lead a group discussion after the screening.</p>
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Kapolei Public Library's "Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle" film and discussion series continues Saturday with "The Abolitionists," spotlighting Frederick Douglass and other early reformers in the 1830s who sought the emancipation of slaves well before the start of the Civil War.

Chaminade University historian Mitch Yamanaka will lead a group discussion after the screening. Login for more...



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