Juneteenth Re-Opening of The Robbins House!
June 19-September 6: Open 6 days/wk (closed Tuesdays)
September 10-October 31: Open Fridays/Saturdays/Sundays & Indigenous
Peoples’ Day Monday Oct. 11 th
From 11 am – 4 pm
Six visitors allowed inside the Robbins House at a time
Masks required by visitors until further notice
Concord’s Ellen Garrison Jackson, Fighter for Freedom during Reconstruction: What did she accomplish?
October 6 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
with Maria Madison, Dean of Brandeis Heller School of Equity, Inclusion & Diversity & The Robbins House Co-president
Wednesday, Oct. 6th • 6-7:30 pm • Online
Concord Carlisle Adult & Community Education • Register here, fee $25
Ellen Garrison, the daughter and granddaughter of men who had been enslaved, spent her life educating newly freed people and fighting for their civil rights. Born and raised in Con- cord’s Robbins House, she followed in her mother and sister’s footsteps as an antislavery activist. After the Civil War, Ellen taught newly freed people in the South during Reconstruction and tested the nation’s first Civil Rights Act in court after she was prevented by authorities from desegregating a train station waiting room in Baltimore.