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Flier for lecture "What's the Negro After?"

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Title

Flier for lecture "What's the Negro After?"

Description

This flier promotes a 1962 lecture by CORE co-founder James Farmer.

Subject

Farmer, James, 1920-

Creator

Linzer, Elliot

Source

ElliotLinzerCollection.Box1.Folder4

Publisher

Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.)

Date

1962-05-14

Date Created

2010-04-12

Rights

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Format

Image
Jpeg

Extent

893,747 bytes

Language

English

Type

Text

Spatial Coverage

Manhattan (New York, N.Y.)
40.756087, -73.984388

Text

TOWN HALL and NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

Present

THE 1961-62 HENRY M. LEIPZIRER MEMORIAL LECTURE

"What's The Negro After?"

TOWN HALL AUDITORIUM, 113 W. 43rd Street, New York 36, N. Y.

MONDAY, MAY 14, 1962 at 8:30 P.M.

James Leonard Farmer
National Director of CORE
(Congress of Racial Equality)

James Leonard Farmer, eloquent pioneer in the development of non-violent direct action methods for race relations problems, will deliver Town Ha1l's 1961-1962 Henry M. Leipziger Memorial Lecture on what is perhaps the most universally discussed issue of the day - unqualified
racial equality. Eminently suited to discuss the controversial topic, Mr. Farmer has been active in the causes of human relations and racial equality since student days at Wiley College and Howard University. Following the lecture, Mr. Farmer will answer questions from the audience.

Tickets to this significant event, free of charge to the public,
may be obtained NOW at the Town Hall Box Office, 113 West 43rd Street; at the NYU Division of General Education, 1 Washington Square, Room 31; and at CORE headquarters, 38 Park Row, Room 317. The first 1500 tickets only - Town Hall's capacity - can be honored.

Original Format

Flier
Paper
8.5 x 11 inches (215.9 x 279.4 mm)

Citation

Linzer, Elliot, “Flier for lecture "What's the Negro After?",” Queens College Civil Rights Archives, accessed December 1, 2021, http://archives.qc.cuny.edu/civilrights/items/show/3.

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