The program is funded by the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities and sponsored by Ocean State Learning; if you'd like more information, give Ray a call at 401.421.0606. And, this just in (as we're fond of saying at the Phoenix), folks will be able see the "Hidden from Slavery" exhibit at the Warwick Public Library, the Museum of Work and Culture in Woonsocket, and the Jamestown Philmenian Library. We'll give you the info when we get it. Send digital converter boxes and Pulitzer-grade tips to p&j@phx.com.

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