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Thursday, October 20, 200510/20/2005Oct20200557Lecture: From Slavery to Freedom: The Emergence of the Neo Slave NarrativeSession II: <em>What Price Freedom? The Centennial Celebration of the Niagara Movement in Buffalo, New York</em>. Waldo Martin, author of <em>The Mind of Frederick Douglass</em>, traces the evolution of the slave narrative to the neo slave narrative through the works of Frederick Douglass, Harriet Jacobs, and Booker T. Washington. Felix Armfield, author of <em>Black Life in Central Illinois</em>, serves as respondent.2005/10/20051020_1700_niagara.mp310/20/200501:20:1638.53 MB5250Historical10Niagara Movement Centennial17Community11Academic1Research7