Speaker: Charles Woods, III
Resident Historian and Education Programs Manager/Community Engagement Coordinator/Exhibitions
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, part of the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument and an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, is a cultural and educational research center that promotes a comprehensive understanding for the significance of civil rights developments in Birmingham. Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2017, BCRI reaches more than 150,000 individuals each year though award-winning programs and services.
BCRI was created to examine the past effects of inequality in our history to help us learn from the mistakes of the past in an effort to chart a future that allows the United States to live up to the principles evidenced in her founding documents. We are committed to being the voice that informs and hopes to inspire those toward peace and justice.
About the Speaker:
Charles Woods, III, is originally from San Bernardino, California. He has been living in Alabama for the past 16 years. With a B.A. degree in History from Xavier University of Louisiana, Charles has experience working with children and has even been a middle school teacher. Currently as the Education Programs Manager/Community Engagement Coordinator for the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Charles is responsible for the organization’s after school, early literacy, young adult, and general programming. Charles also travels throughout Alabama teaching people of all ages and backgrounds about the lessons learned from the Civil Rights Movement. His hobbies include reading, martial arts, and spending time with family.
This educational webinar will benefit BRCI.
We request a minimum $10 donation to attend the webinar and a minimum $20 donation to receive a copy of the recording and materials for attendees to share with their firms and organizations.
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 from 11:30 -12:30 p.m. CST/ 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. EST
All registrants will receive a confirmation email with a Zoom link for this event upon full payment.
Note that if you register or attend as a non-LMA member, you will be charged the registration fee via credit card payment or by invoice.
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