Title: The Black Panther Party: The Myths…The Legends…The Truth
Location: The Birch Bayh Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, Courtroom 202
Description: The US District Court’s annual Black History Month program is scheduled on Friday, February 13, 2015 at 2:00 pm, in Courtroom 202.
This is a free program and the room will fill quickly – please arrive early to ensure seating. Remember to bring your DL/ID with you to clear security in the Federal Courthouse.
Professor Jakobi Williams, Associate Professor in the Department of History at Indiana University – Bloomington, is the keynote speaker. Professor Williams will provide an objective presentation with emphasis on educating the audience on how and why the party began and its community impact, differences among chapters, significant events, and the party’s unofficial decommissioning.
One hour of CLE credit is pending approval.