Dr. Sally Ann Drucker returns to the library as the infamous Frances (Fanny) Wright, Scottish-born lecturer, writer, freethinker, feminist, abolitionist, and social reformer, who became a US citizen in 1825. On Thomas Jefferson's advice, she started a Tennessee commune to educate and free slaves, then edited a New York newspaper for workers. As a proponent of radical causes, the first woman in America to speak to large audiences, she was told that she would have been shot if she were a man. Why haven't we heard more about her? Come and find out!