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Civil Rights Revisited: Has Anything Changed?

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647 Columbus Avenue

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Civil Rights Revisited: Has Anything Changed?

Screening and Panel Discussion

Featuring two award-winning documentaries made during the civil rights movement of the 1960’s by Jack Willis, award-winning journalist, documentary filmmaker, television producer.

“The Streets of Greenwood” and “Lay My Burden Down.”

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Professor Noel Scott Anderson, NYU, Clinical Professor/Director of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Marcia Young Cantarella, PhD, Author, I CAN Finish College, and Consultant in Higher Education

Professor Valerie Purdie Greenaway, Columbia University, Department of Psychology

Professor David Levering Lewis, NYU, Emeritus Professor of History

Stephen Petrus, LaGuardia and Wagner Archives, Historian and Curator; Co-author Folk City:
New York and the American Folk Music Revival

Moderator: LaKisha Williams, Policy and Advocacy Manager, Goddard Riverside Options Center

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