‘Looking Back on Freedom Summer: Reflections on Race, Politics and Civil Rights Activism’
Date / Time
March 12, 2014
Criminal law expert Charles Ogletree Jr., professor of law at Harvard University, presents a lecture on progress since the 1964 campaign to register black voters in the Deep South.
His talk is the annual Phillip J. Bowman Lecture, sponsored by UIC’s Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy. The talk is part of the UIC Chancellor’s Lecture and Event Series and co-sponsored by the UIC Social Justice Initiative.