Religious Toleration: A Newport Historical Society History Space Event
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Religious freedom is a cornerstone of American Democracy. It has not always been a part of the life of this country, however. Colonial Newport has the distinction of being the place where “the lively experiment” of freedom of religious expression had its birth in the New World. Come learn about the various faiths that helped give Rhode Island its character of freedom and liberty, and the stories of the people of all walks of life who helped make America’s dream of religious tolerance a reality. This Newport Historical Society History Space event takes place at the Great Friends Meeting House, 21 Farewell Street, Newport, RI. The program runs 1pm – 3pm on Saturday August 28, 2021. Suggested donation is $5 per person.
- Start:August 28, 2021 Time: 1:00 PM
- End:August 28, 2021 Time: 3:00 PM
- Where:Great Friends Meeting House, 21 Farewell Street,, Newport County, Rhode Island, United States, 02840
- Event Type: Other
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