Susan B. Anthony Square Park is a Rochester park located (appropriately enough) in theSusan B. Anthony Neighborhood. It honors Rochester's famous suffragist, and is nearby to the Susan B. Anthony House.
While the park is a delightful shady space to stroll or rest, the park's focal point is a bronzed sculpture called "Let's Have Tea." The work portrays Ms. Anthony and Frederick Douglass, two early local champions of civil rights. The art work was created by Rochester sculptor Pepsy Kettavong and erected in 2001 — at the behest of the Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood Association.
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