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Seeking Civil Rights & Freedom in 1960's Mississippi
2/13/2014, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
History Department, American Studies, Communication and Journalism, Sociology and Anthropology, English Department

The History Department has invited Charles E. Cobb, Jr., who has worked as a journalist, social commentator and university lecturer since the 1960's, to discuss his personal experience as well as his evaluation of rights achieved, rights denied and rights still being sought.

This event is a part of the African-American Celebration Month festivities at Oakland University which takes place from January 20 - February 20. This month long celebration reflects OU’s ongoing commitment to celebrating the historical and cultural contributions that African Americans have made in the past, present and future. To see the full schedule of African-American Celebration 2014 events, visit www.oakland.edu/aacm.
Location
Banquet Room B, OC
Rochester MI, 48309
Contact Information
(248) 370-4404


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