Hidden Voices: Stories from the Margins – May 31- NEW DATE!

This adult discussion has been rescheduled for TUESDAY, May 31st at 6:30 pm.

 

Our adult discussion series looks at stories of race and the search for freedom in Tompkins County with local slave narratives and memoirs and thoughts from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  We welcome back  Dr. Sean Eversley-Bradwell, Asst. Professor at Ithaca College and faculty advisor for the Martin Luther King Scholars program to facilitate the discussion on TUESDAY, May 31st at 6:30 pm.

This discussion is on Tuesday, May 31st at 6:30 pm and all are welcome. Readings include Peter Webb: Slave-Freeman-Citizen of Tompkins County New York, Timeloop: Black Folks and Schooling in Ithaca, NY, Early Slaves and Freemen in Tompkins County, The unheralded Legacy of Civil Rights Leader Dorothy Cotton and selections from Where Do We Go From Here: Community of Chaos by Martin Luther King, Jr- see below –

The Unheralded Legacy of Civil Rights Leader Dorothy Cotton

From Chaos to Community-Where do we go from here? By Martin Luther King Jr. Chapters 4 and 6

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early slaves and freemen in Tompkins County (1)

Bradwell – Timeloop Appendix (1)

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Register here to reserve the reading materials for the program.