October 13, 2018 at Noon - The Walls Come Down: Desegregation Forum
The National Parks Service and the John J. Wright Educational & Cultural Center Museum is hosting a public conversation on October 13th at noon in the John J. Wright building at 7565 Courthouse road.
Seven of the African American women who were the first to integrate Spotsy public schools in 1963 will share their experiences and answer questions.
The Forum is open to the public and is free.
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