Join us for a personal and thought-provoking look at the early protests of the civil rights movement, and how the early movements informs the current fights for social justice today.
Thomas Armstrong is a veteran of the early 1960s Civil Rights Movement in his native Mississippi. He was at the forefront of early protests led by black Southerners for voting rights and equal public accommodations from 1958 to 1961, results in threats that had him running for his life. He remains active and allied with civil rights works around the country. He is also the author of Autobiography of a Freedom Rider: My Life as a Foot Soldier for Civil Rights.
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