Anthropology museum hosting new perspective on civil rights

“Civil Rights: A New Perspective” is the theme for the Utah State University Museum of Anthropology program Saturday. It will provide new and interesting information on the civil rights movement from across time. The event starts at 1 p.m. and features two guest speakers, including Rachel Brighton, USU Multicultural Program Coordinator, and Maure Smith-Benanti, program coordinator for the USU LGBTQA. Their presentations will look at the struggle for civil rights. Following the presentations they are open to questions and further discussions.

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