Lecture: "Black Catholics in the Civil Rights Movement" by Dr. Paul T. Murray
The African American Catholic Center for Evangelization (AACCFE) in Los Angeles invites you to this lecture by Civil Rights scholar Paul T. Murray, Ph.D. as part of their summer speaker series. The series is cosponsored by the LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality and the LMU Office for Mission and Ministry.
Dr. Murray will highlight the lives and Civil Rights activism of Diane Nash, James Chaney, Sister Antona Ibo, Fr. Albert McKnight, Lawrence Guyot, Fr. George Clements, and A.P. Tureaud.
Registration for this event has closed. This is a virtual event. Prior to the start of the event, registered participants will receive an invitation to connect via live videoconference using Zoom. Read here on how to connect. For further information, please contact the AACCFE at (323) 777-2106 or Dr. Kim Harris at Kim.Harris@lmu.edu.
Abour Dr. Murray
Dr. Paul T. Murray retired in 2016 as Professor of Sociology at Siena College in Loudonville, New York, after a 44-year career in college teaching. He is the author of numerous articles and reviews in scholarly journals and reference works. Over the last decade he has published a dozen articles about Catholic activists in the Civil Rights Movement. These articles have won awards from the Mississippi Historical Association, the Catholic Historical Association and the Catholic Press Association.
A Note on Time Zone: The date and hours listed for this program are under Pacific Standard Time (PST), which is 8 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT -8:00).
Sunday, August 9 at 3:00pm