The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center uses Stowe’s life and work to inspire YOU to change your world.
Stowe wrote the anti-slavery novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, in 1852. The world was never the same. Abolition became possible. Emancipation became law. But today, in the 21st century, inequity is everywhere. What would Stowe do? What will YOU do?
Listen in June 20 at 9 AM & 7 PM as John Dankosky talks with 2014 Student Stowe Prize winners and community leaders.READ MORE »
A Key Issues Forum held June 24, 2014 in partnership with Hartford Courant, FOX CT and Conference of Churches. Click "Read More" to see a video of the event.READ MORE »
Enjoy fun free activities for the whole family! Free admission for Hartford residents.READ MORE »
Celebration of "Tempest Tossed The Spirit of Isabella Beecher Hooker" on April 16, 2014READ MORE »
Photos from the event now on Facebook! Many thanks to nearly 100 volunteer readers and to Presenting Sponsor, The Hartford.READ MORE »
New in 2014: Hartford residents tour the Stowe House for free -- every day of the week!READ MORE »
June 6: WNPR broadcasts the provocative Stowe Prize panel discussion with Michelle Alexander, author of "The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness"READ MORE »
Powerful words on the impact of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" from the author of "The New Jim Crow"READ MORE »
Open daily for tours. Closed Tuesdays January - March. Check here for program information.READ MORE »
Catch the podcast of The Colin McEnroe Show from Wednesday March 20 to hear Debby Applegate, Joan Hedrick and Susan Campbell chatting with Colin about the Beechers.READ MORE »
Executive Director Katherine Kane's article appeared in the Winter 2012/2013 issue of "Connecticut Explored".READ MORE »
Executive Director Katherine Kane lent expertise to a recent news story in Bethesda, MD. Click below to find out more and watch the video.READ MORE »
Experience the lives of Hartford's most famous writers - and next door neighbors.READ MORE »
Lots to see and do for a family weekend ! The Child's Tour, Craft activities, Uncle Tom's Cabin exhibit, and more.READ MORE »
Following the April kidnapping of several hundred Nigerian girls, and the subsequent kidnappings by Boko Haram in June, USAID launched the Let Girls Learn campaign "to provide the public with meaningf...
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Last week, the Huffington Post reported that the craft store chain Hobby Lobby - granted the right to drop health care coverage for women's contraceptives because of its owners' religion, in a Supreme...
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On July 2, 1852, at an event commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence, self-emancipated slave and notable orator Frederick Douglass delivered "The Meaning of the Fourth of July to ...
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