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“Selma to Montgomery—What Does it Take to March?”: An Immersive Experience

1965 was a pivotal year in the Civil Rights struggle, and much of the country’s attention was focused on the states of the Deep South. Join Heights Community Congress and Heights Libraries as we take a close look at what it took for dedicated people to stand up to injustice and racism, often at great personal cost. Everyone is welcome to participate in this immersive experience. If you’d like to get more involved, call us at 216-321-6775 and let us know. We have a few spots available for leaders to play prominent roles--we’ll provide you with material ahead of time.

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