It’s been a busy week, highlighted by events surrounding the exhibit Freedom Summer,
starting with the lecture by civil rights organizer Bob Moses (at left and reported here)
And more to come —
Garden Theatre hosts a free screening of the documentary on Freedom Summer on Sunday, November 23, 1 p.m.
There may be some tickets left at Eventbrite,
or just show up and hope.
Lawrence Graham, an attorney who writes about race, class, and privilege, speaks at Princeton University on Tuesday, December 2.
A screening of the documentary “15 to Life” will be at the library on Wednesday, December 3,
co-sponsored by The Campaign to End the New Jim Crow, Princeton & Trenton chapter.
There is much to be thankful for, and much to improve…
Michael Schwerner, James Cheney, and Andrew Goodman, young men murdered in 1964 during Freedom Summer, have just received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
A wonderful exhibit on Freedom Summer opens at the John Witherspoon Middle School in Princeton on Sunday, November 16, at 2 p.m. with a talk by civil rights activist Bob Moses.
Try to come and bring your teenage- children. To appreciate the rights we enjoy, we need to remember how they were earned.