Events

2022 Events

September 16—Book Release - "Dear Denise, Letters to the Sister I Never Knew"
by Lisa S. McNair 

You Are Invited to Join The Morgan Project for a Book Release Featuring Author Lisa S. McNair 

9-16-2022 | 5:00 - 6:30pm

Sixteenth Street Baptist Church
1530 6th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203

Reception to follow:

The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
520 16th St North,
Birmingham, AL 35203

September 26—Social Justice Workshop

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October 3—Conflict and Courage Education Workshop

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October 17—Mindfulness and Conflict Management Workshop  

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November 7—Social Justice Workshop

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November 14—Mindfulness and Conflict Management Workshop

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December 5—Conflict and Courage Education Workshop

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2023 Events

January 23—Conflict and Courage Education Workshop

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March 6—Social Justice Workshop

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March 27—Mindfulness and Conflict Management Workshop

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April 17—Social Justice Workshop

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May 1—Conflict and Courage Education Workshop

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September 11—Conflict and Courage Education Workshop

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September 25—Social Justice Workshop

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October 9—Mindfulness and Conflict Management Workshop

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November 6—Conflict and Courage Workshop

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November 13—Social Justice Workshop

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December 4—Mindfulness and Conflict Management Workshop

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Past Events

A Time to Speak Book Launch and Panel Presentation

Sixteenth St. Baptist Church
Wednesday, February 23, 2022, 5:00 PM

Following the panel discussion, there will be a reception at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute where you will be able to purchase a copy of the republished book, A Time to Speak by Charles Morgan, Jr.

Speakers
Lisa McNair
Sister of Denise McNair

Charles Morgan, III
Son of Charles Morgan, Jr.

Dr. Carolyn McKinstry
Survivor of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing

Senator Doug Jones
Prosecutor of those responsible for the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing

Dr. Tondra Loder-Jackson served as moderator