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Starting in 1947, Jackie Robinson and Larry Doby broke Major League Baseball’s unwritten color barrier. Once former Negro League players and other Black and Latino players were admitted, it opened the door for Major League Baseball’s most dynamic chapter to be written – a golden age that lasted until the early ‘70s. Join Walter Harrison for this engaging Zoom program.
Presidents' College is partnering with the Playhouse on Park to bring you this performance and lecture. Frank Rizzo, theater critic for Variety, talks about Paula Vogel’s acclaimed play Indecent, from its 2015 world premiere by Yale Rep to its 2017 Broadway production. Come see the play and attend a talk back following the show.
Join us at the Harrison Libraries for a Black History Month “Read-In” hosted by Dr. Markeysha Davis, Chair of Africana Studies. We'll commemorate February 16, 1960 – the day that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., engaged a crowd of students and community members at White Rock Baptist Church in Durham, North Carolina. This event is co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement and Harrison Libraries.