John Lewis, who very recently passed away from pancreatic cancer, was an instrumental leader in the fight to end racial segregation during the civil rights movement. He was even present at the Selma March where he and other unarmed protesters were brutally attacked by Alabama police. Undeterred by any obstacle, John went on to serve as a congressman — representing Georgia — for a remarkable 17 terms (becoming a major leader within the Democratic Party).
Please join us on Monday, August 10th (at 6:30 PM) as local Cranbury resident — Frank Marlowe — gives a talk on the great importance and impact of John’s long life in service to others. Register here today!
This program will take place over the Zoom video conferencing platform. Those who register must include an email address in order to receive the Zoom invitation link before the start of the program. Anyone who feels they need a tutorial in using Zoom should read this tutorial or contact the library for help.