The Semi-Colon Club
A Special Stowe Prize Thank You
The Stowe Prize for literary activism is one of the ways we bring the past to the present at the Stowe Center. Harriet Beecher Stowe chose to write in [...]
A Year of Viral Justice
Today we celebrate the one year publication anniversary of Viral Justice: How We Grow the World We Want by Ruha Benjamin, originally published October [...]
Stowe and Henson Together
      Dr. Clint Smith suggests that the best way to read Harriet Beecher Stowe and Josiah Henson is together.       Dr. [...]
It Was a Jungle…
My name is Leora.  I’m a compulsive gardener.  But I’m not looking to be cured of my habit. Five years ago, I brought an out-of-town visitor to the a [...]
Was Harriet Beecher Stowe a Feminist?
“Come now, be consistent with your principles; allow me my equality as a woman, a human being.” ~Audacia Dangyereyes, My Wife and I   Was a [...]
The Box of Books
Was the Box A Continued Conversation?   The box was addressed to one of our Visitor Experience Guides. “We don’t accept gifts for our guides”; we [...]
Not Fear, Not Guilt. Grief.
“I do this out of grief not guilt.” Katrina Browne, the producer/director of the documentary Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North, made of [...]
Community Green Space That Welcomes ALL
The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center is pleased to announce the groundbreaking of a flagship urban green space – the only one of its kind in the The [...]