Civil Rights Speaker Series

Supplementing the Dallas College Civil Rights Tour, we have the Civil Rights Speaker Series. As part of our college's celebration of Black History Month and Women's History Month, the series occurs in February and early March.

The series typically includes three to five speaker seminars, including guest speakers, faculty lectures and presentations about civil rights. Attendees will learn more about the U.S. civil rights and women's rights movements, listen to stories from social justice warriors and hear more about our Civil Rights Tour.


Videos from Past Civil Rights Speaker Series

A Witness to the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing in Birmingham, Alabama (1963)

Family, Food and Freedom: African Diasporic Family Ties Via Emancipatory Foodways

The Stories Behind the Headlines: The Fight for Social Justice in Education During the Civil Rights Movement

Intersectionality, Black Women and the Family

Women's History Panel: Women Leaders of Dallas College

Please contact Roy Vu or Shanee' Moore for more information about the Civil Rights Speaker Series.