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LIR Bizarre World of Jim Crow and the Pascagoula River Tribe

Dates: February 6, 2023

Meets: M from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM

Location: RCCE 240 OR VIA ZOOM (HYBRID)

Cost: $0.00

There are still openings remaining at this time.

OR

Please note: this course requires membership in Learning in Retirement Spring 2023 Membership or LIR Yearly Membership: 2022-2023

From 1880 to 1968, the Pascagoula River Tribe (PRT) of
Mississippi suffered under the imposition of segregation
laws. When compared to the ways Jim Crow laws were
imposed on local African Americans, the PRT experience
exposes the absurdity and illogic of legal segregation.
The PRT refused to be categorized as something other
than Native, and developed survival strategies and
institutions that strengthened their identity. We will
examine the impact of Jim Crow on the PRT, and their
adjustments to it. Hybrid class, choice of Zoom or inperson.
Fee: $0.00
Hours:1.00
CEUs:0.10

RCCE 240 OR VIA ZOOM (HYBRID)

Regional Center for Continuing Education
903 N Patterson St
Valdosta GA 31698

Dixie Ray Haggard

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