Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Hidden History of Desegregation in Berkeley and Beyond

$20.00

Price: $0 for OLLI Members    $20 for non-members

Dates & Time: Wednesday, February 14th    2:00-3:30

Class Type: Lecture; In-Person   

Instructor:  Joe Lurie, emeritus executive director UCB International House, M.A. English, lecturer, author

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Course Description

International House, the first interracial,co-educational living center west of New York, played a key, unknown groundbreaking role in desegregating Berkeley’s campus and residential communities in the early 1930s,& 40s, striking down Berkeley Hills restrictive covenants in the 50s; and how its early Black residents had a profound legal impact on desegregation nationally.

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Course Term

Winter2024

Day of the Week

Wednesday

Instructor

Joe Lurie, emeritus executive director UCB International House, M.A. English, lecturer, author

Event Type

Lecture

Event Details

Date: 2024-02-14

Start time: 02:00 PST

End time: 03:30 PST

Venue: In-Person, Concord Center

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