Museum hosts lunchtime lecture on the History of School Desegregation, Feb 4

Join the West Baton Rouge Museum for a talk on the history of school desegregation on Thursday, Feb. 4 at noon presented by Attorney Alfreda Tillman Bester. This lecture will include reference to the 1954 Supreme Court case Brown Vs. The Board of Education, a victory for the Civil Rights Movement that overturned Plessy Vs. Ferguson deeming “separate but equal” unconstitutional thus paving the way for integration.
Alfreda Tillman Bester is the principal Attorney with Tillman Bester & Associates, LLC, a law firm located in Baton Rouge. She serves as host of “Perspective,” a weekly community interest talk show, which airs every Tuesday, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on WTQT 106.1 FM in Baton Rouge. Bester served as Louisiana Secretary of Labor from 1991-1992 and Undersecretary of Labor from 1989-1991. She is the publisher, editor and founder of Perspective News Magazine, LLC and serves as general counsel to the Louisiana State Conference of the NAACP.
This program is free and open to the public. Participants are welcome to bring a bag lunch.