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“Teaching the Civil Rights Movement from the Bottom-Up Fifty Years After the Voting Rights Act”
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On August 6, research scholar and educator, Emilye Crosby, will give a noon-time talk in the Mumford Room at the Library on the topic, “Teaching the Civil Rights Movement from the Bottom-Up Fifty Years After the Voting Rights Act.”

8/6/2015
When: 8/6/2015
12:00 PM
Where: Mumford Room at the Library of Congress
Washington, District of Columbia 
United States
Presenter: Emilye Crosby

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On August 6, research scholar and educator, Emilye Crosby, will give a noon-time talk in the Mumford Room at the Library of Congress entitled “Teaching the Civil Rights Movement from the Bottom-Up Fifty Years After the Voting Rights Act.” Read more here.


This event is part of the American Folklife Center’s "Many Paths to Freedom: Looking Back, Looking Ahead at the Long Civil Rights Movement” series, scheduled to call attention to the fiftieth anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which occurs in August 2015.


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