Recognizing the vital role of voting rights in the Civil Rights Movement, the Living Legacy Project would like to invite you to a series of six virtual programs focused on voting rights, past, present, and future.
These programs, held on the last Tuesday of every month between May 26, 2020, and Election Day, are free and open to everyone.
At the first of the six, on Tuesday, May 26, we’ll host a conversation with Ms. Flonzie Brown Wright, the first African American woman to hold a position as elected commissioner in Mississippi and Larry Rubin, a SNCC organizer in Southwest Georgia and Northern Mississippi. This program will be moderated by Dr. Janice Marie Johnson, and the Rev. Carlton E. Smith.
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All programs will begin at 7:30 pm Eastern, 6:30 pm Central, 5:30 pm Mountain, 4:30 pm Pacific, and will be 60 minutes long followed by an informal discussion time. Programs are free—donations will be accepted.
Note: For online safety and security reasons, you must pre-register to attend.