SLAVERY AND THE QUAKER ABOLITION MOVEMENT A talk with Monmouth County historian and author Rick Geffken

AN OVERVIEW OF THE HISTORY AND LEGACY OF NEW JERSEY’S 200-YEAR EMBRACE OF HUMAN BONDAGE Images and stories of the enslaved, slave owners, and the local Quaker Abolition movement are examined and illuminated by the influential early activities at Shrewsbury Meeting, Manasquan Meeting, and other Quaker Meetings in West New Jersey. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Refreshments will be served after the talk.