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COLOR BETWEEN THE LINES NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: April 26, 2012
Did He Like It?*
COLOR BETWEEN THE LINES is an original work devised by the Irondale ensemble and developed as part of the borough’s first public history project to explore the abolitionist movement in Brooklyn. The whole project, also known as IN PURSUIT OF FREEDOM, will bring to life this fascinating abolition story while teasing out the relevance of the subject for contemporary audiences. The project draws on the resources and capacities of two other leading Brooklyn cultural organizations, Brooklyn Historical Society and Weeksville Heritage Center.
Catalog of Brooklyn Heroes, Helping Some to Freedom
*By CATHERINE RAMPELL
Published: May 8, 2012
"“Color Between the Lines” strives to document many of the forgotten abolitionist heroes of Brooklyn, with an emphasis on “many.”"
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