TimeZone (America/Chicago)
Jews, Music, and the Civil Rights Movement
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 12:00:00 PM CST - 1:00:00 PM CST
Music has tremendous power to inspire people and bring people together—in both good times and challenging ones. In preparation for Black History Month and Martin Luther King Day, learn how music incited social change during the Civil Rights Movement. Discuss the role of music within Judaism and how that compares to how music was used in the primarily Christian context of the Civil Rights Movement. And yes, we will be singing!

Speaker/Facilitator

Etta King
Etta King is the Education Program Manager at the Jewish Women's Archive.

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