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Program for the mid-winter line up of the 17th Ford Hall Forum season, 1923-1924, under the auspices of the Boston Baptist Social Union. Speakers include Charlotte Perkins Gilman, John Hayes Holmes, Von Schulze-Gavernitz, Louis Wolsey, and Margaret…

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Program for the Spring line up of the 1946-1947 Ford Hall Forum season. The forums featured: Cecil Brown, George W. Coleman Birthday Banquet with guest of honor Eleanor Roosevelt, Moshe Shertok, and Max Lerner.

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Program for the December/January line up of the 19th Ford Hall Forum season, 1925-1926, under the auspices of the Boston Baptist Social Union. Speakers include Abraham Myerson, John Hayes Holmes, W. E. B. Du Bois, Edmund Vance Cookie. Inside of…

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Program for the March line up of the 20th Ford Hall Forum season, 1928, under the auspices of the Boston Baptist Social Union. Speakers include Princess Alexandra Kropotkin, Dr. Mordecai Wyatt Johnson, Anna Louise Strong, and Morris Hillquit. Inside…

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Program for the February 1928 Ford Hall line up. Speakers include Thurgood Marshall, McGeorge Bundy, Mark DeWolfe Howe, Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam, and Dr. Oscar Handlin. Originally, February 22nd speaker was Walter P. Reuther. His name has been crossed…

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Program for the March line up of the 1936-1937 Ford Hall Forum season. Speakers include Harry A. Overstreet, Langston Hughes, Jerome Davis, Dr. Helgo W. Culemann, Count Raoul de Roussy de Sales, and Salvador de Madariaga. Inside of program include…

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Program for the November line up of the 1933-1934 Ford Hall Forum season. Speakers include Scott Nearing, Sherwood Eddy, Dorothy Thompson, and Professor Friedrich Schoenemann. Inside of program include speaker portraits and biographies. Back cover…

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Program for November/December of the 16th Ford Hall Forum season, 1922-1923, under the auspices of the Boston Baptist Social Union. Speakers include Margaret Slattery, Roger N. Baldwin, Chief Skiuhushu, James Harvey Robinson, and Henry C. Vedder.…

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Al Gore, an American politician and environmentalist, provides an analysis of the environmental crisis and suggestions for individual and collective action in a forum entitled, “Earth in the Balance: The Environmental Crisis for Our Nation and Our…

This Ford Hall Forum features William Almon, Lou Gorman, Stephen Jay Gould, Eugene Orza, and Dan Shaughnessy speaking at the John F. Kennedy Library on 16 April 1990.

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Ford Hall Forum featuring Nat Hentoff, a Northeastern University alumnus, former columnist, novelist, biographer, and Bill of Rights expert. Hentoff discussed current events relating to First Amendment rights in a forum entitled, “Is Any Form of…

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Flyer for Ford Hall Youth Forum lecture with Montana Congressman Jerry J. O'Connell, held at Ashburton Place at Bowdoin Street, on Sunday, April 24th, likely in 1938. Noted that it is the annual senior-junior night, and all Ford Hall members are…

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Flyer for Ford Hall Youth Forum lecture with Dr. M.A. Nelson, held at Ashburton Place at Bowdoin Street, on Wednesday, November 17th, unknown year. Transcription: "Concerning ourselves with more colorful problems, we have been allowing a dangerous…

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Transcription of a Ford Hall Forum that featured Gloria Steinem, an American feminist, journalist, and co-founder of Ms. magazine. Steinem read excerpts from her book Moving Beyond Words and discussed child abuse as wells as economics.

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Invitation to the second annual Ford Hall Forum First Amendment Award, held Sunday, May 9th, 1982 at Northeastern University. Award honoring Maya Angelou.

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David Duke, a former Klu Klux Klan leader and Louisiana State Representative, discussed first amendment rights and welfare reform in a forum entitled, “An Agenda for America: David Duke on the Issues.” The forum was originally recorded on March 28…

A discussion on apartheid by Nobel Peace Prize winner, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Afrikaner and Global Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, Reverend Beyers Naudé. The program features parts of the recordings from Naudé's 1985 forum…

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Folk singer Pete Seeger receives the Ford Hall Forum’s First Amendment Award. He sang songs while discussing the Great Peace March and the value of the First Amendment. The forum was recorded in 1988 and later broadcast on the New American Gazette…

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Color photograph of Ashley Judd and Candelaria Silva from April 8, 2011. This event was a discussion between Judd and Silva entitled "Bittersweet Humanitarianism" which explored Judd's transition from award winning actress to humanitarian.

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Black and white photograph of audience waiting in line to attend Ford Hall Forum event. "1 Ashburton Place" written on the back.
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