About this session: Baltimore, one of the South’s largest cities, was a crucible of segregationist laws and practices. In this session, Morgan State University Associate Professor David Taft Terry explores the historical importance of African American resistance to Jim Crow culture in the South’s largest cities after World War II. This resistance, he argues, drew from the older protest traditions, and would ultimately inspire a national civil rights movement of the 1960s.

About the series: How do we remember the past? How does our historical record and memory influence us today? This series unpacks stories of Chesapeake history with a focus on what our understanding of the past means for our future.

The Struggle and the Urban South: The Legacy of Confronting Jim Crow in Baltimore
 Wednesday, March 10, 7:30pm
Location: Virtual
Cost: $7.50 per session, with a 20% discount for CBMM members

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