Presented by the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project (CRRJ) at Northeastern University School of Law, The Elmore Bolling Foundation and the Alabama NAACP.

March 3, 2018 
Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth and Reconciliation Selma, Alabama
 

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Join us for a variety of panels and discussions, including:

  • Preserving the Lowndesboro School (circa 1890) and the Elmore Bolling Story
  • Documenting Trauma Through Community Oral History and Archives
  • Living the Legacy: Family Testimonials
  • Teaching from the Cold Case: Racial Violence, US History and the High School Classroom
  • Racial Violence, Legislative Advocacy and the High School Classroom

Do you know someone who was killed due to racial violence between the years 1930-1970?

If you or someone you know has stories, letters, photographs or newspaper clippings, we’d love to speak with you. All races are warmly welcomed to share their stories. We are holding oral interviews on March 3. Please contact us to secure a time slot.

Margaret Russell, Santa Clara University School of Law, mrussell@scu.edu

Sponsored by:
Elmore Boiling       NAACP          CRRJ

This program is sponsored by the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project at Northeastern University School of Law, The Elmore Bolling Foundation and the Alabama State Conference of the NAACP. It is supported by grants from the Alabama State Department of Education and the Carnegie Corporation of New York. This is the third in a three-part symposium series. Prior workshops were held at Tuskegee University and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.