Local frustrations reached a boiling point when La Verne residents filled the community center last Thursday night to meet the candidates running for city government positions this election season.
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Marcia Chatelain, professor of history and African American studies at Georgetown University, gave insight about the experiences of young African American girls who went through Chicago’s Great Migration after the Depression.
Kenneth B. Morris Jr., founder and president of the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives, gave the 2018 Frederick Douglass Human Rights Lecture Monday in Morgan Auditorium.
Campus and community events for the week of Feb. 23, 2018.
Campus events for the week of Feb. 16, 2018.
A harmonica materialized in the hands of Juan Felipe Herrera, the 21st poet laureate of the United States, and he began to serenade the audience with a tune his father blew while migrating from Mexico to Colorado.
Activist and author Kevin Powell discussed his commitment to justice and equality for all at the Frederick Douglass Humanitarian Lecture Monday in Morgan Auditorium.
Campus events for the week of Feb. 19, 2016.
Retired U.S. Army reserve colonel and former U.S. diplomat Ann Wright spoke at the second annual Frederick Douglass Human Rights Lecture Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium about whether human rights are for everyone.
Kenneth B. Morris, Jr., founder and president of Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives, spoke at the Frederick Douglass Human Rights Lecture “History, Human Rights and the Power of One,” Feb. 13 in Morgan Auditorium.