Brown Bag Lunch Lecture: "Arkansas's Anarchy Law & People of Color: An Unusual Case from 1934"

When: Tue., Feb. 8, 12 p.m. 2011

A talk about Asian organizers who came into northeastern Arkansas in the summer of 1934 to recruit members for a movement that encouraged African-Americans to look to Japan as the protector of the "colored races." They specifically targeted places that had been active in the Marcus Garvey movement in the 1920s.

Price: free


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