Clark Hall Room 206
11130 Bellflower Road
This lecture, drawn from Professor Masur’s new book (Norton, 2021) will discuss the broad-based northern movement for racial equality before the Civil War and how it shaped national politics and, ultimately, the Constitution. She’ll devote special attention to developments in Ohio, where the movement was particularly successful. Kate Masur is Associate Professor of History at Northwestern University. This event is co-sponsored by the CWRU Departments of History, Sociology and Political Science and Western Reserve Historical Society.
Increasing COVID-19 cases within Northeast Ohio have prompted Case Western Reserve to resume its requirement that masks be worn indoors. In addition, only those who are fully vaccinated (two weeks past their final dose) should attend any campus event. Leaders continue to monitor pandemic developments and may need to adjust health protocols further as circumstances warrant. In-person is subject to change based on COVID-19 guidelines.