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From Swastika to Jim Crow

At WJCT Studios

Event Details:
March 11, 2014 - March 11, 2014
5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Location: WJCT Public Broadcasting, 100 Festival Park Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202, (904) 353-7770.

This event is FREE to the public / Reservation Required

You are invited to join The Cummer, in partnership with WJCT for a special screening of From Swastika to Jim Crow, at the WJCT Studios.  This moving documentary discusses the story of German scholars who took refuge in the United States and then found themselves teaching at historically Black colleges in the South.  As former student Jim McWilliams described, “It was a relationship that was based on caring and concern and it developed a respect and appreciation that lasted my lifetime.”  Although the event is free, please follow this link to register for this event through Eventbrite.

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At WJCT Studios
Lectures and Workshops
Classes for Adults
Classes for Members
Event Start Date: 
Tue, 03/11/2014
Event Start Time: 
5:30 p.m.
Event End Time: 
8:30 p.m.
Event Location: 
WJCT Public Broadcasting, 100 Festival Park Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202, (904) 353-7770.
Summary: 
<p>From Swastika to Jim Crow at WJCT Studios. You are invited to join The Cummer, in partnership with WJCT for a special screening of From Swastika to Jim Crow, at the WJCT Studios.&nbsp; This moving documentary discusses the story of German scholars who took refuge in the United States and then found themselves teaching at historically Black colleges in the South.&nbsp; As former student Jim McWilliams described, &ldquo;It was a relationship that was based on caring and concern and it developed a respect and appreciation that lasted my lifetime.&rdquo;&nbsp; <strong><a href="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-swastika-to-jim-crow-film-screening-and-community-dialogue-tickets-10567123551" target="_blank">Although the event is free, please follow this link to register for this event through Eventbrite.</a></strong></p>

This event is FREE to the public / Reservation Required

You are invited to join The Cummer, in partnership with WJCT for a special screening of From Swastika to Jim Crow, at the WJCT Studios.  This moving documentary discusses the story of German scholars who took refuge in the United States and then found themselves teaching at historically Black colleges in the South.  As former student Jim McWilliams described, “It was a relationship that was based on caring and concern and it developed a respect and appreciation that lasted my lifetime.”  Although the event is free, please follow this link to register for this event through Eventbrite.

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This event is FREE to the public / Reservation Required

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From Swastika to Jim Crow at WJCT Studios. You are invited to join The Cummer, in partnership with WJCT for a special screening of From Swastika to Jim Crow, at the WJCT Studios.  This moving documentary discusses the story of German scholars who took refuge in the United States and then found themselves teaching at historically Black colleges in the South.  As former student Jim McWilliams described, “It was a relationship that was based on caring and concern and it developed a respect and appreciation that lasted my lifetime.”  Although the event is free, please follow this link to register for this event through Eventbrite.

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<p>From Swastika to Jim Crow at WJCT Studios. You are invited to join The Cummer, in partnership with WJCT for a special screening of From Swastika to Jim Crow, at the WJCT Studios.&nbsp; This moving documentary discusses the story of German scholars who took refuge in the United States and then found themselves teaching at historically Black colleges in the South.&nbsp; As former student Jim McWilliams described, &ldquo;It was a relationship that was based on caring and concern and it developed a respect and appreciation that lasted my lifetime.&rdquo;&nbsp; <strong><a href="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-swastika-to-jim-crow-film-screening-and-community-dialogue-tickets-10567123551" target="_blank">Although the event is free, please follow this link to register for this event through Eventbrite.</a></strong></p>
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This event is FREE to the public / Reservation Required

You are invited to join The Cummer, in partnership with WJCT for a special screening of From Swastika to Jim Crow, at the WJCT Studios.  This moving documentary discusses the story of German scholars who took refuge in the United States and then found themselves teaching at historically Black colleges in the South.  As former student Jim McWilliams described, “It was a relationship that was based on caring and concern and it developed a respect and appreciation that lasted my lifetime.”  Although the event is free, please follow this link to register for this event through Eventbrite.

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This event is FREE to the public / Reservation Required

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This event is FREE to the public / Reservation Required

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This event is FREE to the public / Reservation Required

You are invited to join The Cummer, in partnership with WJCT for a special screening of From Swastika to Jim Crow, at the WJCT Studios.  This moving documentary discusses the story of German scholars who took refuge in the United States and then found themselves teaching at historically Black colleges in the South.  As former student Jim McWilliams described, “It was a relationship that was based on caring and concern and it developed a respect and appreciation that lasted my lifetime.”  Although the event is free, please follow this link to register for this event through Eventbrite.

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At WJCT Studios
Lectures and Workshops
Classes for Adults
Classes for Members
Event Start Date: 
Tue, 03/11/2014
Event Start Time: 
5:30 p.m.
Event End Time: 
8:30 p.m.
Event Location: 
WJCT Public Broadcasting, 100 Festival Park Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202, (904) 353-7770.
Summary: 
<p>From Swastika to Jim Crow at WJCT Studios. You are invited to join The Cummer, in partnership with WJCT for a special screening of From Swastika to Jim Crow, at the WJCT Studios.&nbsp; This moving documentary discusses the story of German scholars who took refuge in the United States and then found themselves teaching at historically Black colleges in the South.&nbsp; As former student Jim McWilliams described, &ldquo;It was a relationship that was based on caring and concern and it developed a respect and appreciation that lasted my lifetime.&rdquo;&nbsp; <strong><a href="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-swastika-to-jim-crow-film-screening-and-community-dialogue-tickets-10567123551" target="_blank">Although the event is free, please follow this link to register for this event through Eventbrite.</a></strong></p>

This event is FREE to the public / Reservation Required

You are invited to join The Cummer, in partnership with WJCT for a special screening of From Swastika to Jim Crow, at the WJCT Studios.  This moving documentary discusses the story of German scholars who took refuge in the United States and then found themselves teaching at historically Black colleges in the South.  As former student Jim McWilliams described, “It was a relationship that was based on caring and concern and it developed a respect and appreciation that lasted my lifetime.”  Although the event is free, please follow this link to register for this event through Eventbrite.

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