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A Talk on the Little Rock Crisis of 1957

In 1957 nine African-American students were sent to Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. They were the first African-Americans to attend this all white school. The protest and resistance they faced is one of the seminal events of the Civil Rights Movement in America.

 

History Professor, Mark Sample, will tell the story of the people & the events surrounding this important part of American history.

This talk will be held on Wednesday February 24. Noon - 1:00.

 

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://monroecommunity.zoom.us/j/87264303957?pwd=WG12cW1ON0pMS3hCbis1aUJiSy8yZz09

Passcode: 103741

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Webinar ID: 872 6430 3957

    International numbers available: https://monroecommunity.zoom.us/u/keI0qH0QaW

This event is opened to the MCC community & the general public.

Mark Sample
Anthrop/History/Poli. Science/Sociology
02/11/2021