Racial Justice Series: "A Brief History of Civil Rights," with Brooke Girley

July 12, 2022 @ 6:30 pm 7:30 pm

On Tuesday, July 12, join us for the next conversation in our racial justice series entitled, "A Brief History of Civil Rights," with Brooke Girley. In our discussion, Girley will outline a brief history of civil rights in America by looking at important court cases covering five areas: citizenship, the criminal justice system, voting, housing, and integration.

Brooke Girley is a media executive and civil rights attorney. Currently, she is the director of media for the Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, NY, and the vice president of media and content for ARB TV, overseeing the creation and production of all content on the platform. Previously, she was the founding CCO for Ambo TV, a groundbreaking faith-based network based in New York City. Preceding her work in media, Brooke Girley worked as a civil rights lawyer in Central Florida with her father, who is both a reverend and an attorney. Additionally, she was an adjunct professor in the Religion and Philosophy Department at Bethune-Cookman University.

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