Fighting for the Right to Fight begins with an overview of America in the 1920s—at the height of the Ku Klux Klan's power—where segregation and
The special exhibit examines how hopes of equality inspired many to enlist, the discouraging reality of the segregated noncombat roles given to black recruits, and the continuing fight for “Double Victory” that laid the groundwork for the Civil Rights Movement.
January 19 (Tuesday) 10:00 am - February 1 (Monday) 6:00 pm
UA-Pulaski Tech The Center for Humanities & Arts (CHARTS)
3000 W. Scenic Drive