Gateway to Harlem: the Creation of the Frederick Douglass Circle Monument (Virtual Tour)

Join us for an in-depth conversation about the community engagement process behind the “Gateway to Harlem,” the Frederick Douglass Circle monument.

Explore the history and development of this public monument by the Harlem Meer that honors the African-American orator and abolitionist Frederick Douglass. John T. Reddick, the Conservancy’s Director of Community Engagement Projects, discusses the Conservancy’s engagement with the Harlem community, local public officials, and artistic talent to create this unique monument.

This is a virtual program that takes place over Zoom. Closed captioning is available. Only one ticket per group necessary. Please note: registration confirmation may be diverted to your junk mail.