As part of the 25th anniversary of The Historical Perspectives Lecture Series, UW-Green Bay will hold a special program titled, “Clarence Darrow’s Search for Justice” on Wednesday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. in University Theatre. Darrow is perhaps best known for his role in the “Scopes Monkey Trial.” The 1925 case involved whether the theory of evolution could be taught in public schools in Tennessee. The annual series is presented by the Center for History and Social Change, part of the academic program in Social Change and Development. For more on the event, click here.
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9 Jan, 2020