“Civil Rights and the Modern American State: The Role of Citizen Participation to Democracy”

Hosted by Megan Ming Francis


In this live virtual lecture with renowned teacher and author Megan Ming Francis, Professor Francis will discuss the long history of civil rights organizing and strategizing and how it has shaped the development of founding ideals such as equality and justice. The lecture will also discuss the importance of citizen participation via social movements in improving the strength of democracy today.

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