Sunday Platform – Angeline Butler: Reflections on a Non-Violent Movement
Where: New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 W. 64th St.
212-874-5210 Price: Free
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Angeline joins us to share reflections of the strategy and accomplishments of the Student Nonviolent Movement of the 1960’s and the actions of the adult community that supported them.
Angeline Butler, currently an Adjunct Professor in Africana Studies at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, has recently been honored by the Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence Award (April 2019, The 28th Anniversary Malcolm King. Annual Scholarship Breakfast at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (2018), The Selma Jubilee “Freedom Flame Award” and was presented a sermon on Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Saint Peters Lutheran Church in 2012. Ms. Butler is a professional entertainer and has a massive number of credits in variety TV with Johnny Carson, Dick Cavett, Hugh Hefner, performances with Duke Ellington and Count Basie Orchestras and is a recording artist on both Columbia Records and Coburt-MGM Records. She is an alumni of Columbia University, The Juilliard School and Fisk University. A recent publication is “Hands On the Freedom Plow: Accounts by Women of SNCC” University of Illinois Press. (2012)& (2010) Press.
Shared Charity: A.J. Muste Memorial Institute
Presider: Sarah Tielemans
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