Racial justice group to screen slavery film 'Harriet'

CYNTHIA ERIVO STARS in “Harriet” as the escaped slave who returns to the Antebellum South to help other African Americans flee from their oppressors and find freedom in the North. Middlebury Showing Up for Racial Justice is sponsoring three screenings of the film this Wednesday, Dec. 11, at 1, 4 and 7 p.m. at the Marquis Theater.

MIDDLEBURY — The hit film “Harriet,” about the escaped slave who helped others African Americans get out of the slave states of the South, will be screened in Middlebury this week for one day only.

Warm clothing giveaway helped neighbors

EMMY ALFORD, LEFT, Julie Coons, Carolyn Constantine, Beverly Megyesi, Alison Metcalfe and Margaret Klohck are just some of the volunteers who collected and gave away warm winter clothing at the Middlebury United Methodist Church last month. Photo courtesy Margaret Klohck

MIDDLEBURY — On two November weekends (Nov 22-23 and 29-30) people have been coming to the Middlebury United Methodist Church to find clothes to keep warm this winter.


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