On Thursday, July 2nd, the University of New Orleans will celebrate the 45th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The UNO Diversity Cabinet will host a commemoration at 10am in room 407 of the Earl K. Long Library. Nikki Brown, author of Private Politics and Public Voices: African American Women's Activism from World War I through the New Deal, will make a presentation, field questions, and lead a discussion about the significance of the Civil Rights Act.
All are invited.
In addition to the event, the Earl K. Long Library will feature a display on the 2nd floor throughout July.
This begins on July 2nd! Please feel free to stop on by!
Sonnet Erin Brown
Head of Federal Documents
Reference & Instruction Librarian
Subject Specialist: Legal Research, Political Science
Earth & Environmental Sciences, Philosophy