In support of our commitment to diversity and inclusion, Faegre Baker Daniels is proud to continue our annual tradition of celebrating and remembering Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights movement.
The one-hour lunch program on January 26, 2017, featuring Bob Zellner, organizer of the 1961 Freedom Rides and a prominent civil rights activist.
Mr. Zellner was one of the most influential white southerners during the 1960s civil rights movement and is the author of The Wrong Side of Murder Creek: A White Southerner in the Freedom Movement. The program will feature his untold stories of the civil rights movement and will examine the role that voting rights played in the civil rights movement through the Freedom Rides. The program will also include a Q&A conversation, moderated by FaegreBD partner and professional responsibility counsel Jay Yeager, that explores how voting rights continue to surface today.
Questions? Contact Kristen Hunter at +1 303 607 3653 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lunch will be served in all locations. | This program has applied for CLE credit.
This event is free and open to the public. Many thanks to the Indiana State Bar Association's Diversity and Sexual Orientation and Gender committees and Twin Cities Diversity in Practice for helping us spread the word about this exciting event.
2017 Faegre Baker Daniels Martin Luther King, Jr. Remembrance Event (Image Gallery)