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Happening Now at the North Shore Library

Find out what is happening at the North Shore Library. Keep up with all of the upcoming programs and events here at the library. Also, get the updates on the latest and hottest books and movies to be added to the library’s collection.

Created Equal

       

Created Equal America’s Civil Rights Struggle

Movie and Discussion Schedule

Hosted by the North Shore Library

September - The Abolitionists

Movie Screening: Tue. Sept. 24th-5 p.m.

Discussion Led by Reggie Jackson from America’s Black Holocaust Museum Sat. Sept. 28th- 1p.m.

October - Slavery by Another Name

Movie Screening: Tue. Oct. 22nd-6 p.m.

Discussion Led by Robert S. Smith, Associate Professor of History UW-Milwaukee Sat. Oct. 26th- 1 p.m.

Wednesday October 30th-7 p.m.

Talk: Dr. James Cameron and

America’s Black Holocaust Museum

Speaker Reggie Jackson from America’s Black Holocaust Museum 

November - The Loving Story

Movie Screening: Tue Nov. 19th-6 p.m.

Discussion Led by Dr. Fran Kaplan America’s Black Holocaust Museum Sat. Nov. 23rd-1 p.m.

December - Freedom Riders

Movie Screening: Tue Dec. 3rd - 6 p.m.

Discussion Led by TBA Sat Dec. 7th- 1 p.m.

Tuesday, December 10th -7 p.m.

Talk and poetry reading: Father Groppi and the Open Housing Marches

Speaker Margaret Rozga (James Groppi’s wife)

 

All films and discussions are free and open to the public

 

This series is made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

 

Please call the library at (414) 351-3461

or stop by the Reference Desk to register.

If you require special accommodations, notify the

Library Director Richard Nelson at least 72 hours in advance.

 

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