If you really want to see and feel what it was like to be amidst the Civil Rights Movement, say in 1964 Mississippi, all you have to do is take advantage of the African American Museum's exhibition of photographer Herbert Randall's Faces of Freedom Summer through April 16. Get even closer, however, when Randall himself offers a gallery talk during a tour of his exhibit 6 p.m. Thursday as part of AAM, Meadows School and SMU's symposium, Keeping the Faith: Civil Rights and Social Justice 45 Years After Freedom Summer. Symposium events are free (for more info, call 214-768-1574). The African American Museum is located at 3536 Grand Ave. Visit aamdallas.org.
Thu., March 19, 6 p.m., 2009
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