Date: 03/01/2015

Time: 11:00 am

Price: $20 in advance

Some women have always dared to break the rules and in our city's history and you will find plenty such characters in the Village, long known as a neighborhood for rebellious behavior and unorthodox lifestyles. Kathleen Hulser is an urban historian with an unquenchable thirst for the captivating tales these women have left behind and she's made it her mission to trace the very spots where history was made. You'll hear the story of Rose Butler, a disobedient enslaved girl who tried to burn down her mistress' house, and see the site of the former Women's House of Detention that held Angela Davis, a radical leader of both the Communist Party and the Black Panther Party. As you continue on the trail of stories, you'll see old New York as a place where women rule the streets and reckless abandon runs wild.

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