ACCC will host "Fannie Lou Hamer Came to Atlantic City, Freedom Summer and the Fight to Seat Mississippi Black Delegates at the 1964 DNC," a presentation by Dr. Chanelle Rose, on July 7 at 3:00 p.m.
How do you develop and plan successful hybrid programs from the ground up, and how does this process look different from in-person or virtual program design? How do you define success for a hybrid program? You can think of this session as hybrid programming R&D.
This session will provide tips and tricks for turning those well-developed hybrid program designs into a high-quality experience for all participants—including how to manage your tech. How can you balance the needs of in-person and virtual participants simultaneously? What tools are out there to make these kinds of events easier to manage? How can you handle unexpected hiccups in real time? Whether your organization has a hybrid program coming up or if you have hosted hybrid events in the past, this session will increase your skills and capacities for hosting these types of events.
The Toms River branch of the Ocean County Library is pleased to present "Civic Participation in Cancer Alley" on Monday, September 12 at 7:00 pm. This hybrid public humanities program from scholar Thomas Belton will explore the environmental history of NJ and how citizens have shaped that history through activism and engagement.
The East Brunswick Public Library is pleased to present the program "A Vote, A Voice: Women’s Suffrage and the Fight for Representation" on Thursday, October 20 at 6:30 pm. Scholar Lucia McMahon, PhD will speak about the long history of women’s activism over the course of the nineteenth century, to highlight the multi-faceted mosaic of the women’s suffrage movement.