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The History of Charles B Aycock’s Involvement in Black Voter Suppression
The Goldsboro Wayne Branch NAACP is hosting the showing of
"Wilmington On Fire"
a heavy and enlightening documentary on the Wilmington Massacre of 1898 - the springboard for the White Supremacy movement and Jim Crow segregation throughout North Carolina and the American South.
Thursday, May 27, 2021, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
Wayne County Public Library
1001 E. Ash Street, Goldsboro, NC
Marquis Thompson, Regional Representative, DemocracyNC,
will facilitate discussions surrounding the significance of
Charles B. Aycock’s role in white supremacy
The documentary features Sean Palmer, the Director of University North Carolina Wilmington’s Upperman African American Cultural Center, and local activists Reverend John J. Kirkpatrick IV & Dominique Ashely.