Price: $28; $18 for GAA members
Wherever you are
90 minute class, available Dec. 8 through Dec. 22
Though not the first sit-in, the non-violent action of four N.C. A&T students served as a catalyst for the sit-in movement that became prominent in the 1960s and beyond. Their courage increased national awareness to address the wrongs of segregation. We trumpet their remarkable story in this lecture.
The Greensboro Sit Ins class is a video featuring Freddie Kiger ’74 (’77 MAT). Sign up and receive a link to view class that allows access for two weeks. Registrants will also have the chance to connect with Freddie via live video chat (tentatively scheduled for Dec. 10). Freddie misses the opportunity to meet with you in person but is delightfed to connect with you and answer your questions virtually.