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LWV, GHS Sponsor Harvard Case Discussion on MLK and Voting Rights

If you were a civil rights leader after Selma in 1965, how might you have responded to the violence and worked to move the cause of voting rights forward for the African American community? This question will be the focus of an innovative program on Nov. 13 offered by the League of Women Voters of Greenwich together with the Greenwich High School Social Studies Department. Participants will not only include League members from Greenwich and New York, but also students from up to five area high schools. This will be the second in a series of case discussions that the League is aiming to make into an annual community program. read more...