To Kill a Mockingbird: Film and Discussion
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the momentous Civil Rights Act of 1964, Bradley University has organized a yearlong celebration that will explore our region’s historic role in the passage of the Act, its impact, and its relevance for civil rights issues today. Our celebration will range from music and theater to scholarly discussions and debate.
Bradley invites OLLI to be part of the university’s events, beginning in the fall with a discussion of the film To Kill a Mockingbird, facilitated by Bradley President Joanne Glasser, attorney Clifford Scott-Rudnick, Assistant Professor at The John Marshall Law School, and attorney Don Jackson, President of the NAACP Peoria Branch.
This lecture is open to OLLI members, attorneys, students, faculty, and the public.
Date and Time
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
5:30 – 6:00 p.m. - Refreshments
6:00 p.m. - Opening Remarks by
President Joanne Glasser, Film, and Discussion
7:30 p.m. - Intermission
10:00 p.m. - Conclusion
Location and Parking
Parking is available in any blue or white-lined space on campus.
Though there is no cost to attend this lecture, registration is required. Attorneys may register to receive 3.5 MCLE credits for a fee of $10 per person.
If you need to cancel, contact Continuing Education as soon as possible: (309) 677-3900.
Lectures are held rain or shine, unless inclement weather closes Bradley University.