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World War I Lecture Series

Date/Time

Sep 17, 2019
07:00 PM until 08:00 PM

Description

The end of World War I was marked by racial violence in over 30 American cities. Because of the bloodshed, this period in American History was known as Red Summer. 

Professor Clayton’s lecture will examine the origins of the racial violence; provide an in-depth look at two incidents that took place; and argue that what happened during Red Summ

Cost

free & open to the public

Location

View map McKeon Center for Creativity (C4C)
910 S. Boston Ave.
TCC Metro Campus
Tulsa, OK

Additional Information

Sponsor

Tulsa Community College

Phone

918-671-4119

Contact name

Cindy Armstrong

Contact email

cindyttown@gmail.com

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