The Mendocino College Symposium Presents The Struggle for Civil Rights, From Dr. King to Current Voter Law Reform

April 19, 2022

The next lecture in the Mendocino College Symposium series is scheduled for Tuesday, April 26 at 6:30 pm. In his lecture, attorney and long-time civil rights activist Dr. Charles O. Prickett will discuss The Struggle for Civil Rights: From Dr. King to Current Voter Law Reform.  

Dr. Charles O. Prickett is a civil rights worker, lawyer, judge, and educator. He attended the March on Washington in 1963, was a project co-director during the Mississippi Freedom Summer in 1964, and helped organize the Selma-Montgomery March in 1965. He is the author of Remembering Mississippi Freedom Summer and was honored by the NEA with their Carter G. Woodson Memorial Award in 2019. 

At Mendocino College, part of our mission is to be an intellectual, economic and cultural anchor for the region, and it is our responsibility and honor to act as a leading public role in the district. Many Americans today are standing up demanding change throughout the US and in our own communities. This is not an easy time, but it is an important one. Change, and open, honest discussions are needed. To better serve our community, Mendocino College has begun this public lecture series focused on our social and community challenges.

For direct links to the lectures and for ongoing updates about the series, please visit: https://www.mendocino.edu/symposium 

30 second PSA: 

The next lecture in the Mendocino College Symposium series is scheduled for Tuesday, April twenty sixth at six thirty pm. In his lecture, attorney and long-time civil rights activist Dr. Charles O. Prickett will discuss The Struggle for civil rights: From Dr. King to Current Voter Law Reform. 

For direct links to lectures and for ongoing updates about the series, please visit: www.mendocino.edu/symposium