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Dorchester Voices/Dorchester History dedication and unveiling, October 2010

Meg Campbell (Caretaker, William Monroe Trotter House), Eliza Lewis (Director, Trotter Institute, University of Massachusetts) and Earl Taylor (President, Dorchester Historical Society) after unveiling the artwork which celebrates the writings and independent thinking of three Dorchester luminaries who dedicated their lives to social change: Edward Everett (1794-1865), Lucy Stone (1818-1893) and William Monroe Trotter (1872-1934).

Image courtesy of Jessica Benjamin