Dr. John Kirk

Kirk’s New Book Chapter Explores Sweet Willie Wine’s 1969 Walk Against Fear

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock history professor has written a new book chapter that explores how Black activism in Arkansas changed between the Elaine Massacre in 1919 and Sweet Willie Wine’s Walk Against Fear in 1969. Continue reading “Kirk’s New Book Chapter Explores Sweet Willie Wine’s 1969 Walk Against Fear”

Plain Talk Lecture to Discuss Diversity in the Civil Rights Movement

UA Little Rock’s Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity will host the next Plain Talk Lecture Series on Wednesday, March 27, at noon in Ottenheimer Library 202 as part of the university’s ongoing celebration of Diversity Week. Continue reading “Plain Talk Lecture to Discuss Diversity in the Civil Rights Movement”