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Lincoln School Screening @ New Parkway Theater

New Parkway Theater 474 24th St, Oakland, California

Join the director of the Lincoln School Story, Andrea Torrice, for the California premier of her documentary! After the screening, Andrea will be in conversation with Waldo E. Martin, Jr., the Alexander F. and May T. Morrison Professor of American History and Citizenship at UC Berkeley, about the film! When their school district refused to integrate after Brown v. Board ... Read More

Laura Meckler in Conversation

Virtual

Ohio Humanities and WOSU are co-sponsoring a special virtual program with reporter and author Laura Meckler on Thursday, March 7th, 2024. Laura will be in conversation about her new book, Dream Town: Shaker Heights and the Quest for Racial Equity with Dr. Marilyn Mobley, emerita professor of English and Africana Studies at Case Western Reserve University and former teacher at ... Read More

Humanities Kansas: “Beyond Brown: Mexican Struggles for Equality Before and After Brown v. Board”

Online

Humanities Kansas is also hosting a series of programming celebrating the 70th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Ed! Dr. Valerie Mendoza, historian and adviser at Kansas City Kansas Community College, will look at the ways the Latino communities banded together to fight discrimination and demand equal protection under the law, focusing special attention on Kansas examples. Registration is required ... Read More

Humanities Kansas: “Poetry & Brown v. Board”

Online

Humanities Kansas is also hosting a series of programming celebrating the 70th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Ed! In honor of National Poetry Month, Poet Michael Kleber Diggs joins Dr. Valerie Mendoza to discuss the importance and legacy of African American poetry since Brown v. Board. Registration is required for this free online event: https://tinyurl.com/55sjvsdyFor more information about this event, please ... Read More

Humanities Kansas: “The Power of Photography in the Civil Rights Era”

Online

Humanities Kansas is also hosting a series of programming celebrating the 70th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Ed! Photographer Ann Dean joins Dr. Valerie Mendoza to delve into the impact of photography on the civil rights movement in the aftermath of the landmark Supreme Court case, Brown v. Board of Education, tracing the evolution of how Black individuals and communities ... Read More

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