The CRISIS in World War I
Tuesday, May 22, 6:00 PM
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI, Syl Woolford will present a lecture on African-American participation in the Great War.
During World War I 300,000 African-Americans served in the military. With the objective of showing how African-Americans were helping the win the war, W. E. B. DuBois, editor of the NAACP’s magazine The CRISIS, traveled to France to report on the progress of the war. What DuBois found was a story of the continued struggles which African-Americans faced in trying to achieve first class citizenship.
Registration is required. To sign up, call the library at 302-645-2733 or sign up at the Circulation Desk.
This programs is free of charge and takes place at the Library (111 Adams Avenue, Lewes, DE). For more information, visit www.lewes.lib.de.us
or phone 302-645-2733.