New York's Unfinished Struggle for Racial Justice: Civil Rights in the 20th Century and Beyond

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Date: February 25, 2014

Location:

Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY, 10029

Please join MCNY at an important event on February 25th, and take advantage of their offer to CCR supporters for discounted ticket prices by using code below.

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, University of Pennsylvania Professor of History and Sociology Thomas J. Sugrue, author of Sweet Land of Liberty: The Forgotten Struggle for Civil Rights in the North (2008), will discuss the movements for racial justice that originated in greater New York. Sugrue brings to light the histories of New York activists, among them Ella Baker, Constance Baker Motley, Adam Clayton Powell, and Malcolm X, who fought segregation and discrimination in workplaces, restaurants, schools, and housing in places as diverse as Harlem, eastern Queens, Brownsville, New Rochelle, and Hempstead.

What: New York's Unfinished Struggle for Racial Justice: Civil Rights in the 20th Century and Beyond
When: Tuesday, February 25th at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Museum of the City of New York (MCNY)
RSVP: Click here and use code 02CV25 for discounted tickets

Co-sponsored by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund and Harlem One Stop and presented in conjunction with Activist New York