The Chester County Historical Society will debut a new exhibit, Bayard Rustin's Local Roots, this Saturday March 3. Bayard Rustin, whose 100th birthday would have been March 2012, was an American leader in social movements for civil rights, socialism, pacifism and non-violence, and gay rights. He was also a West Chester native who was active here and across the nation in the struggle for human rights and economic justice for over 50 years. This exhibit will open with a reception, lunch and special events from noon to 2:30
12:45- West Chester University Gospel Choir
1:15- Rev. Anderson Porter, Keynote Speaker
For more information please call us at 610-692-4800 or visit us at www.chestercohistorical.org
Adults $6. Children (6-17) $3.50 Children under 6 are Free and CCHS members are Free.