Public lecture: “Daughters of Ida B. Wells-Barnett: Black Women’s Activism, 1955-1987.”
William Adams, PhD Candidate, University of Kansas (American Studies)
Please join History 370 students in hearing about the research Mr. Adams has completed on the lives and labors of Black women in Chicago and across the nation post-1955 – whose legacies of activism have followed in the footsteps of the re-known turn of the 20th Century journalist and civil rights activist Ida B. Wells.
Friday, March 26.
Via Zoom teleconference. Free.
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Sponsors: UFV History Department; UFV PARC