Movement: Atlanta's Journey to Leadership in the
Quest for Civil and Human Rights
Presented by Dr. Clarissa Myrick-Harris
Dr. Clarissa Myrick-Harris, Chair of the Humanities Division of Morehouse College and Professor of Africana Studies, will present Movement: Atlanta's Journey to Leadership in the Quest for Civil and Human Rights, as part of the Bartow History Museum’s on-line lecture programming. Join us on Zoom on February 25th at 7 p.m. as Dr. Myrick-Harris discusses...
- How Black Atlantans' Activism in the late 19th Century laid the foundation for Atlanta's role in the Civil Rights Movement in the mid- 20th century
- Why Atlanta emerged as a major incubator of prominent black leaders and headquarters for national civil rights organizations
- Little known Black women leaders in Atlanta during the height of the Civil Rights Movement
This is a virtual lecture on Zoom. Tickets are required. Member tickets are free and non-member tickets are $6.50. Purchase your ticket at www.BartowHistoryMuseum.org
. For more information, please contact the museum at 770-387-2774.