History Happy Hour: Deep South Dispatch, John Hebers, and Civil Rights Journalism

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Presented by Sandy Spring Museum at Sandy Spring Museum, Sandy Spring MD

Nov 15, 2019

History Happy Hour: Deep South Dispatch, John Hebers, and Civil Rights Journalism

Anne Farris Rosen, tells the compelling story of her father, John Herber, and his dedication to bring the country’s racial difficulties to light, even as he faced retaliation and denial from many.

Journalist John Herbers’s memoir, Deep South Dispatch, chronicles the events of America’s racial upheaval from Ku Klux Klan cross-burning rallies to marches and riots in St. Augustine, Florida and Selma, Alabama, and extensive travels and interviews with Martin Luther King, Jr.. Anne Farris Rosen, Herbers’s daughter and co-author, tells the compelling story of her father’s dedication to bring the country’s racial difficulties to light, even as he faced retaliation and denial from

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