The Salem Award Foundation for Human Rights and Social Justice invites you to hear a series of brief presentations during the month of June beneath a tent on the grounds of the Salem Witch Trials Memorial.
Thursday, June 4th, Noon
"Contemporary Lessons From the Witch Trials"
Stacey Tilney, Salem Witch Museum
Thursday, June 11th, Noon
"What the Memorial Means"
Margo Shea, Assistant Professor of History, Salem State University
Thursday, June 18th, Noon
"Human Rights and Homeland Security"
Paul Tucker, State Representative and Former Salem Police Chief
Thursday, June 25th, Noon
"Human Rights and Social Justice on Campus"
Patricia Meservey, President, Salem State University
A second series of Tent Talks will be held in October of this year. To learn more about the Salem Award Foundation and to find directions to the Salem Witch Trial Memorial, please visit