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Give Voice: Poetry in Response to “The Salem Witch Trials 1692”

Presented by Salem Athenaeum and Peabody Essex Museum at Salem Athenaeum, Salem MA

Mar 20 2021
Give Voice: Poetry in Response to “The Salem Witch Trials 1692”

North Shore poets Mandy Gutmann-Gonzalez, James R. Scrimgeour, and Cindy Veach gather to give voice to the victims of Salem Witch Trials. Come hear their poetry inspired by the current PEM exhibit.

The Salem Witch Trials remain a source of fascination and horror, as well as a reminder of the dangers of intolerance, fear, and mob mentality. The Salem Athenaeum, partnering with the Peabody Essex Museum in conjunction with its current exhibition, The Salem Witch Trials 1692, presents an evening of poetry responding to this resonant and dark era in our colonial history. Join us on Saturday, March 20, at 7:00 pm, to hear award-winning poets Mandy Gutmann-Gonzalez, James R. Scrimgeour, and

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