The Newberry Seminar in the History of American Culture, co-sponsored with the American Studies Program at Purdue Univeristy present:
John D'Emilio, History and Gender Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago
September 28, 2001, 3:30-5:00 pm
D'Emilio will present a first draft of a chapter from his projected biography of Bayard Rustin, and American civil rights leader and pacifist, best known for organizing the 1963 March on Washington. It covers the period 1952-1953, focuses on his arrest and conviction in California -- while he was on speaking tour -- on a public sex charge, and explores how the peace movement handled this.
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