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Dorothy Cotton: Celebration of Her Life and Legacy

   Dorothy Cotton-Civil Rights Icon: Celebration of Her Life and Legacy     2:00 - 4:30 pm, August 11, 2018    Bailey Hall,  230 Garden Ave ,    Cornell University Campus, Ithaca, NY     Expected guests and speakers include:     The Honorable John R. Lewis    Ambassador Andrew Young    Reverend William Barber    and others from our community and around the US who knew and admired Dorothy Cotton and her life’s work.    The Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers  will be performing songs of inspiration and praise in the African American tradition.  Dorothy Foreman Cotton passed peacefully on June 10th. While many of us mourn her passing, this event will be a celebration of her extraordinary life and a legacy that has truly changed not only our nation but the world.  The event is free and open to the public.   Free tickets are available at several locations including  :    Downtown Ithaca Visitor Center,  171 Center Ithaca, on the Commons   Tompkins County Public Library,   101 East Green St, Ithaca    119 Anabel Taylor Hall,   548 College Ave , on Cornell  Campus   Africana Library,   310 Triphammer Rd , on Cornell Campus   Greater Ithaca Activities Center ,  301 W Court St, Ithaca, NY    Southside Community Center,   305 S Plain St, Ithaca, NY        Tickets are not available online   .      To unsubscribe from " CCE-TompkinsStaff-L@cornell.edu " contact Theresa at  tee1@cornell.edu       

Dorothy Cotton-Civil Rights Icon: Celebration of Her Life and Legacy

2:00 - 4:30 pm, August 11, 2018

Bailey Hall, 230 Garden Ave,

Cornell University Campus, Ithaca, NY

Expected guests and speakers include:

The Honorable John R. Lewis

Ambassador Andrew Young

Reverend William Barber

and others from our community and around the US who knew and admired Dorothy Cotton and her life’s work.

The Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers will be performing songs of inspiration and praise in the African American tradition.

Dorothy Foreman Cotton passed peacefully on June 10th. While many of us mourn her passing, this event will be a celebration of her extraordinary life and a legacy that has truly changed not only our nation but the world.

The event is free and open to the public.

Free tickets are available at several locations including:

Downtown Ithaca Visitor Center, 171 Center Ithaca, on the Commons

Tompkins County Public Library, 101 East Green St, Ithaca

119 Anabel Taylor Hall, 548 College Ave, on Cornell  Campus

Africana Library, 310 Triphammer Rd, on Cornell Campus

Greater Ithaca Activities Center301 W Court St, Ithaca, NY

Southside Community Center, 305 S Plain St, Ithaca, NY

 

Tickets are not available online.

 

To unsubscribe from "CCE-TompkinsStaff-L@cornell.edu" contact Theresa at tee1@cornell.edu

 

 

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