Virtual Discussion of
Civil Rights Queen
|Start time:||7:00 PM|
|End time:||8:00 PM|
|Calendar:||Google or iCal|
|Type:||Literary, Virtual & Online|
Born to an aspirational blue-collar family during the Great Depression, Constance Baker Motley was expected to find herself a good career as a hair dresser. Instead, she became the first black woman to argue a case in front of the Supreme Court, the first of ten she would eventually argue.
Join Atlanta History Center for a virtual Author Talk with Tomiko Brown-Nagin, author of Civil Rights Queen, in conversation with Rose Scott, host of WABE's Closer Look.
This event is free and open to the public.