WWI Symposium

WWI Symposium

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Recent News

February 23, 2015
Civil Rights Activist Bernard LaFayette to Discuss His Journey to Selma
Civil Rights Activist Bernard LaFayette to Discuss His Journey to Selma

Rev. Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr., co-founder of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), will discuss his new memoir, In Peace and Freedom: My Journey in Selma, on Wednesday, March 4 at noon at the Tuskegee History Center (104 South Elm Street, Tuskegee.) Books will be available for purchase and signing. Rev. Dr. LaFayette will discuss his time as a leader of the civil rights movement in Nashville, TN and Selma, AL. 

February 19, 2015
Join Rick Lowe for Lunch
Join Rick Lowe for Lunch

Join the 2015 Auburn University Breeden Scholar in Residence and MacArthur Fellow Rick Lowe for exciting lunch discussions. Seating is limited. 

February 6, 2015
Dr. Darryl Lamont Roberts to Discuss Barack Obama and Challenges to the American Presidency in Tuskegee
Dr. Darryl Lamont Roberts to Discuss Barack Obama and Challenges to the American Presidency in Tuskegee

The public is invited to “Barack Obama and Challenges to the American Presidency: The Price of the Ticket,” a talk by Dr. Darryl Lamont Roberts, Associate Professor of History and Political Science at Tuskegee University and Chief Executive Officer of CAMPAIGNANALYTICA, LLC, on Thursday, February 19 at noon at the Tuskegee History Center (104 South Elm Street, Tuskegee.)