Taking a Stand: Notable African American Oberlin College Alumni
In honor of Black History Month Ken Grossi, College Archivist from Oberlin College, will present a program about the notable African American Alumni of Oberlin College who took a stand for Civil Rights and human rights. Included in the presentation will be Mary Church Terrell, Class of 1884, an activist who fought segregation in Washington D.C. in the 1940s and 1950s. Eduardo Mondlane, from the Class of 1953, was a leader of the Mozambique liberation movement against Portuguese rule in the 1960s. And Carl Rowan, Class of 1947, was a journalist who researched and wrote about issues related to race relations in the civil rights era.
Tuesday, February 20, at 6:30 pm