Alabama Justice: A panel discussion from Reconstruction to Civil Rights
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A panel discussion on how the legacy of laws enacted during Reconstruction, and the constitutions of early 20th century Southern states disenfranchised black people, set the stage for many of the Supreme Court Cases today.
As a complement to the exhibit, Vulcan Park and Museum will host a panel discussion, Alabama Justice: From Reconstruction to Civil Rights on February 26 at 5:30 p.m. Dr. Natalie Davis will serve as a moderator for an enlightening discussion with Attorney J. Mason Davis, Judge U. W. Clemon and Dr. Edwin Bridges on how the legacy of laws enacted during Reconstruction and the early 20th century constitutions of Southern States disenfranchised black people and set the stage for many of the casesView more
Tickets: $8- Members $10- Non-Members
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Arrive early and tour the traveling exhibit, Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces That Changed a Nation.
There will also be a cash bar available.
1701 Valley View Drive , Birmingham, AL 35209