Salem Award Foundation Tent Talk
October 5, 2017, 12:00 pm - 12:15 pm
The Salem Award Foundation for Human Rights and Social Justice invites you to hear a series of free 15-minute talks that bring visibility to the issues of human rights and social justice in contemporary society.
Presentations are on Thursdays at noon throughout the month of October, beneath a tent on the grounds of the Salem Witch Trials Memorial.
Oct. 5: Emerson “Tad” Baker, Interim Dean of the Schools of Graduate and Continuing Education, Salem State University.
“Commemorating Proctor’s Ledge, the Execution Site of the Salem Witch Trials”
Oct. 12: Linda Saris, Executive Director, LEAP for Education, Inc.
“Leveling the Playing Field for Low Income and First Generation Students”
Oct. 19: John Keenan, President, Salem State University.
“Salem State’s Sense of Place”
Oct. 26: Austen Barron Bailly, George Putnam Curator of American Art, Peabody Essex Museum.
“Does Art Create Social Change?”
Salem Award Foundation