Brownstones and Ballot Boxes: Suffrage and Women’s Activism in Brooklyn Heights
This tour meets in front of 158 Hicks Street at 11am on October 2, and will last 90-120 minutes.
Lucie Levine is a historian, tour guide and writer, focused on the history of New York City. She founded the historical tour and event company Archive on Parade, and has offered tours, lectures and continuing education courses in collaboration with The New School, CUNY, The Gotham Center for New York City History, NYU Langone, The American Institute of Architects, The Municipal Art Society, The Historic Districts Council, The New York Public Library, the 92nd Street Y, Village Preservation, the New York Preservation Archive Project, and Landmark West. She is also the Public Programs Consultant at FRIENDS of the Upper East Side Historic Districts, and has published widely on New York City History at outlets including the Gotham Center for New York City History Blog, Jstor Daily, and 6sqft, where she is the Contributing History Writer.