July 4, 2021 Dear Friends of Hallie Q. Brown, On July 5th, 1852, Frederick Douglass, delivered his speech “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro” in Corinthian Hall in Rochester, NY. He’d been invited by the Ladies Anti-Slavery Society of Rochester, to give a July 4th speech, he opted to speak on the 5th instead. […]
Read this May 2021 piece in The Star Tribune by Kelly Smith about how Minnesota nonprofits, including Hallie Q. Brown, are faring amid the effects of the pandemic. Click to read.
We have just two more days to vote! Hallie Q. Brown Community Center has the chance to win $2,000 in funding from City and County Credit Union for their Making the Greater Good Even Greater contest. We have until 11:59pm tomorrow, April 15th, for everyone to vote. To help Hallie win this money for our […]