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An Afternoon with Joseph Jackson, Jr., OC Civil Rights Living Legend

February 4 – 2:30 – 4:30 PM
Free event

Mr. Jackson, Jr., the elder Anaheim resident who once risked being lynched to desegregate a public library in Jackson, Mississippi, will share his story and the history of those times [the 60’s] in commemoration of Black History Month. A member of the Tougaloo Nine, a group of NAACP college students that staged a sit-in plotted by Medgar Evers at the whites-only library. Through this nonviolent activism and courage these nine students advocated for a civil society. Limited seating.

Carnegie Plaza & Courtyard

With sunny Southern California weather, many of our special events are held in our pristinely manicured outdoor space, which includes beautiful waterscapes, ambient lighting, olive trees and bamboo lining the plaza. Available for private event rental.

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