"A Radical Notion of Democracy: Law, Race, & Albion Tourgée, 1865-1905" | Page: Lectures Etc. | Indy Week
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"A Radical Notion of Democracy: Law, Race, & Albion Tourgée, 1865-1905" 

When: Fri., Nov. 4 2011
Price: Free
Symposium on the lawyer, judge, novelist & activist who represented Homer Plessy in the landmark 1896 Plessy vs Ferguson "Separate but Equal" case. NC Dept of Cultural Resouraces, 109 E Jone St, Raleigh. RSVP required at tinyurl.com/3oeuct7.


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