Ideas Out Loud: A date with history
How did the rights in the Constitution become real for all Americans? Join the Ideas team and Harvard Business School professor David A. Moss for an interactive discussion of a pivotal moment in our history.
The year was 1965. Martin Luther King Jr. was building support for African-American voting rights, one protest at a time. The political pressures, from the White House on down, were enormous. How to proceed? King’s dilemma resonates in the present day.
The event, part of the annual HUBWeek festival, takes place Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 6 p.m. at Faneuil Hall. You can register at globe.com/ideasoutloud.