Olivia Kim, an adjunct professor in RIT’s School of Art, is creating 13 sculptures of Frederick Douglass. The monuments are part of a Rochester-wide celebration marking the 200th anniversary of Douglass’ birth. More than 70 community members, including RIT faculty and students, are helping Kim with the project. The sculptures will make up a self-guided tour to sites around Rochester significant to Douglass’ life and work.

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