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The Civil Rights Trail

Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 6:30 PM until 7:30 PM
Mountain View Public Library
1st Floor Program Room
585 Franklin Street
Mountain View, CA  94041
Additional Info:
Public Events
Registration is not Required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Seating is limited. Registration is recommended (link at bottom). Walk-ins are also welcome. 

Enjoy an educational journey through the American South. Step into the history of the civil rights movement to see its impact on American society. This discussion will be presented by Grace Mah and facilitated by the League of Women Voters. 

In this presentation, Mah will discuss the rich history of the civil rights movement and the lasting effects of the slave trade on our nation's history. With an immersive and interactive approach, this talk aims to provide a deeper understanding of the struggles and triumphs of the African American community in the pursuit of equality and justice.

Grace Mah is a dedicated education advocate and leader who currently serves on the Santa Clara County School Board. She has been a member of the LWV Los Altos - Mountain View for over 20 years. A longtime community volunteer, Grace serves on the boards of Stevenson House (a low-income senior housing program in Palo Alto) and SV2 (Silicon Valley Social Ventures). 

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization that helps voters stay informed with Candidate Forums and presentations on ballot measures. In addition to voting and elections, the LWV focus on civic engagement and advocating on issues of housing and climate. The National League of Women Voters was founded in 1920 at the time the 19th amendment gave certain women the right to vote. This organization continues to fight for voting rights for all citizens.

To register:  The Civil Rights Trail

For more information contact: Kyle Hval