21st Century Civil Rights

People often refer to the tumultuous period between Brown v. the Board of Education in 1954 to passage of Civil Rights Act in 1968 as “The Civil Rights Movement.” Monumental legal and political battles quickly transformed American society, bringing us closer to a more racially just ideal. Problems remain.

Debates continue. The country has continued to change.
How much of the work of The Civil Rights Movement remains to be done? What civil rights do people have? What tactics should we use? What resources do we have? What rights should we prioritize? Has the rise of privately owned social media and internet access changed our understanding of civil rights? Join us to discuss civil rights int he 21st Century.

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202 Smith Building, Centenary College of Louisiana
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20 January , Wednesday 18:00