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Woodstock and the Spirit of the Civil Rights Movement

Woodstock and the Spirit of the Civil Rights Movement

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Date(s) - February 23
6:00 PM

JAHA’s Richard Burkert will be the next presenter in the SPARKS Johnstown series of special events designed to promote diversity and inclusion! Richard, who attended Woodstock as a teenager, will talk about his personal memories of the landmark event, as well as placing it in historic perspective.

SPARKS is a campus-wide, collaborative, multidisciplinary, and personalized effort that will take place at Pitt-Johnstown and extend to the neighboring communities. The project aims to enhance awareness and engagement related to diversity and inclusion, sustainably engage Pitt-Johnstown and the neighboring communities in promoting diversity and inclusion, and create safe spaces and a supportive environment for all.

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