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A Tale of Three Chinatowns Screening and Talkback

A Tale of Three Chinatowns: Screening and Talkback

A Tale of Three Chinatowns Screening and Talkback Registration for this program is now closed. Join Revolutionary Spaces for a documentary screening of A Tale of Three Chinatowns and explore how preservation is tied to the voice of the people. The conundrums the founding generation faced are still challenging us today in real, tangible ways: “How […]

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Representation and How to Get It Julia Ward Howe

Representation and How to Get It

Representation and How to Get It A Play about Julia Ward Howe Registration for this program is now closed. “I would be human, and American, and a woman.” Julia Ward Howe, author of the Battle Hymn of the Republic, is up at 4:00am. She’s rehearsing a talk she’s about to give to the Boston Radical […]

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Members & Friends Game Night: Revolution is Brewing

Members and Friends Game Night: Revolution Is Brewing

Members & Friends Game Night Revolution Is Brewing Registration for this program is now closed. Revolutionary Spaces is delighted to invite our Members and friends to a special game night on Thursday, November 10, at 5:30 pm. Join us as we explore a key moment in American history through a unique, interactive game. Doors open at 5:30 […]

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Revolutionary Spaces Mounts New Exhibit Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party

Impassioned Destruction: Politics, Vandalism, and the Boston Tea Party opens at the Old State House.

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Benjamin Franklin, Rattlesnakes & Pepe the Frog: Memes in American Politics

Benjamin Franklin, Rattlesnakes & Pepe the Frog: Memes in American Politics

Benjamin Franklin, Rattlesnakes & Pepe the Frog Memes in American Politics WATCH VIDEO Memes-images that spread quickly through large groups-are a central part of internet culture.  Not only have they have been instrumental in the rise of social media, they also have had a major influence on American political discourse. According to leading media expert […]

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A Community Reading of William Apess’s Eulogy on King Philip (Metacom)

A Community Reading of William Apess’s Eulogy on King Philip (Metacom)

A Community Reading of William Apess’s Eulogy on King Philip (Metacom) Watch Video Why is it that historic figures such as Samuel Adams, James Otis, and John Hancock are remembered as heroes, yet Metacom-the Wampanoag leader whom the English called King Philip-is virtually unknown? The year 2025 will mark the 350th anniversary of the devastating […]

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Polly Sumner Witness to the Boston tea Party Book Launch

Polly Sumner: Witness to the Boston Tea Party Book Launch

Polly Sumner Witness to the Boston Tea Party Book Launch Registration for this program is now closed. Can a fashion doll from England find friendship and happiness in colonial America? Revolutionary Spaces is honored to host the Polly Sumner: Witness to the Boston Tea Party Book Launch on Wednesday, April 19 at the Old South […]

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Walking Tours

Revolutionary Spaces Launches Two New Public Walking Tours

Massacre & Memory Tour and Beyond the Revolution Tour taking place daily starting June 16, 2023.

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Political Violence - From the Boston Massacre to Today

Political Violence: From the Boston Massacre to Today

Political Violence From the Boston Massacre to Today Watch Video The Boston Massacre is most often thought of as a turning point on the road to the American Revolution. On that cold and moonlit night in March 1770, British soldiers fired on and killed five men outside the Old State House after a confrontation in […]

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Imagining the Age of Phillis Exhibit

Imagining the Age of Phillis

Imagining the Age of Phillis The Visionary Poetry of Honorée Fanonne Jeffers Watch Video For many, Phillis Wheatley Peters is well known as a poet, but not as a woman. She is mainly remembered as a literary prodigy and enslaved girl in 18th century Boston who became the first African American woman to publish a book […]

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