1963 one of the most tumultuous years for civil rights

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Thursday, October 3, 2013
12:00 am - 9:00 pm

Location
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Compiled and Orated by
Dr. Marvin L. ‘Doc’ Cheatham, Sr.

A tremendous historically educational presentation and Q & A period on certain impactful occurrences that happened 50 years ago

– 1963.

An educationally exciting and historic power point presentation on events that happened 50 years ago. Yes, we remember the assassination of President Kennedy; the murder of Medgar Evers; and also the bombing of the church in Alabama that killed 4 little girls, all in 1963. But, do we know about the killing of Hattie Carroll, a waitress at the Emerson hotel in Baltimore; or the shooting death of William Moore, a white Baltimore member of the Congress of Racial Equality, killed by the KKK; the racist actions of Bull Connor or the racial inaugural address by Alabama Governor George Wallace? How about the Miranda case or the loss of praying
in school? We won’t tell you any more – you have to see and hear the presentation