THOSE WHO MARCHED: REMEMBERING THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND JEWISH IMPACT ON CIVIL RIGHTS
Wed., April 5, 7 pm
@ Jewish Federation of Cleveland (25701 Science Park Dr, Beachwood, OH 44122)
Free, but registration required
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The historic relationship between the African-American and Jewish communities during the Civil Rights Movement is memorialized by those who lived it. Join us for a moderated panel featuring theologian, speaker, and activist Rev. Dr Otis Moss Jr, Selma march activist Diane Phillips-Leatherberry, former FBI special agent (1962-1965) and Case Western Reserve University administrator Daniel Clancy, CWRU David L. Brennan Professor Emeritus of Law and Adjunct Professor of Political Science Jonathan Entin and others in a celebration of the victories and a challenge for the future. Co-presented with the Jewish Federation of Cleveland and Case Western Reserve University School of Law.