Miss Amy preschool concert at the Lawrence Library. Enjoy this musical entertainment concert showcasing the singer/singwriter's warm engaging manner and original music. No registration required, 10 a.m.
Dr. Kenneth E. Marshall will deliver the 21st annual Emanuel Levine History Lecture at Rider University. Marshall, a 1991 Rider graduate, will give a presentation entitled Losing It: Hearing the Silences of Black (Male) Rage Under Slavery in Eighteenth-Century New Jersey. His work focuses on an isolated incident of slave resistance to discuss the difficulties and possibilities of using white sources to discuss the hidden, or muted, rage of New Jersey bondmen. The paper examines how historians “hear” the voices of persons who, by and large, were unable to speak for themselves. Sweigart Auditorium, 7 p.m.