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The History Of Ohio’s Government: Its Impact On African Americans And Violation Of Divine Law is a Course

The History Of Ohio’s Government: Its Impact On African Americans And Violation Of Divine Law

Oct 3, 2022 - Oct 17, 2022

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Description

LIVE IN-PERSON class for adults ages 50 and older!

This course will familiarize you with the 19th century Ohio legislative government, how it shaped the lives of Black Ohio residents, and how white citizens joined forces with African Americans to oppose racial discriminatory laws. Class includes highly regarded historical references, rare historical documents, maps of Ohio’s underground railroads, news articles, legal cases, speeches, and diaries. The presentation is provided with a fun-filled approach, which will spark the interest of history buffs, and those generally interested in Ohio’s history. Some contents of this course will be linked with current events in order to display its modern-day relevance.

The following topics will also be featured:

• 19th century Ohio civil rights leaders and unsung heroes, their speeches and historical accounts.
• Prominent historical figures instrumental in forming Ohio’s government, and the political culture.
• Important episodes in 19th century Ohio’s history leading to Ohio’s legislative evolution.

Details

Date & Time:

October 3-17, 2022
1:00PM-3:15PM

Instructor

Herbert Addison Burns

Location

LCCC Main Campus
Spitzer Conference Center, SP 219

Questions? Contact us

Jennifer Krupa, jkrupa@lorainccc.edu