KKK Bombing Survivor to Talk at Roxbury Community College 4/29

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April 29, 2014
1:30 pmto3:30 pm

KKK Bombing Survivor to Talk at Roxbury Community College on April 29th

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Sarah Collins Rudolph, the lone survivor of the 1963 KKK bombing of 16th Street Baptist Church, will be making an historic visit to Massachusetts and Roxbury Community College on April 29 at 1:30. Sarah survived the bombing which killed her sister, Addie Mae Collins and three other little girls during the height of the Civil Rights Movement to register African-American voters in Alabama. She is often known as the Fifth Little Girl. Sarah was only twelve years old when they pulled her from beneath the rubble next to the girls who died. Sarah is coming to Massachusetts to share her story “Because Loves Wins”. She plans to make several stops across the Commonwealth including visits to Worcester State University and Roxbury Community College.

You are in invited to hear her amazing story of her struggles and triumphs, and her road to recovery. Her talk will be held in the Auditorium of the Media Arts Building at Roxbury Community College , and begins at 1:30 PM. The talk is free and open to the public.

We encourage your classes to attend.  For more information and reservations, please call Pam Green at 617 541-5380. Wheelchair accessible.

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