When: Thu., Feb. 11, 5:30 p.m. 2016
Activist, leader, historian, preservationist, postman – all these describe W.W. Law, a man who made Savannah a better community. Inspired by mentors such as Ralph Mark Gilbert and John S. Delaware, he grew into leadership of the NAACP and guided Savannah through the Civil Rights movement before focusing on preservation of Savannah’s African American history and culture. City of Savannah Library and Archives Director Luciana Spracher explores Law’s contributions and legacy through his vast collection of photographs, art, music, and papers.
Price: $15 for Learning Center members, $20 for non-members