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"The Common Threads That Bind Us"

  • William C. Goodridge Freedom Center and Underground Railroad Museum 123 E. Philadelphia Street York (map)

In honor of Black History Month in February, join us for a first-person presentation on “The Common Threads That Bind Us”

Living history interpreters Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X will discuss how they addressed social issues during their FIGHT for justice and equality in the 1960s era.

Hear what they would say about today's concerns in society.

This event is sponsored by CGA Law Firm and ShowcaseNow

Entrance donation: $3 per adult / $1 per senior / $1 per student.

For more information, contact Goodridge Freedom Center Manager Kelly Summerford at 717.650.1998 or email ksummerford@crispusattucks.org.

Earlier Event: February 1
African-American Leaders Tour
Later Event: March 1
Voices of F.E.W.