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Book Talk: Upending the Ivory Tower

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Go inside the story of the pioneering black students, staff, and faculty members that reshaped the hallowed halls of Ivy League institutions of higher learning. Chair of the Department of African American Studies at Loyola Marymount University, Stefan Bradley, shares the history of how the Black Power movement took hold in university halls, forever changing curricula, narratives, and opportunities for black empowerment through education.

For questions about this event or other inquiries, contact our Visitor Services desk at 718-222-4111, ext. 250.

Book Talk: Upending the Ivory Tower: Civil Rights, Black Power, and the Ivy League
Tuesday, September 25
Doors: 6:30 pm
Event: 7:00 pm

$5 General Admission / Free for Members


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BHS Members: to reserve tickets at the member price, click on "Tickets" and enter your Member ID on the following page after clicking on "Enter Promotional Code." For questions about this event or other inquiries, contact our Visitor Services desk at 718-222-4111, ext. 250.

REFUND POLICY: Brooklyn Historical Society requires 24 hours notice before the date of the event to refund a ticket. No refunds are provided after that point. No refunds are provided on the day of the event and all subsequent days.

Brooklyn Historical Society public programs are made possible by the New York State Council of the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; and, in part, by public funds from the New York Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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