1968: The Worst Year in American History-Presidential Election
This is the final class of a four-part series about 1968. Between the Tet Offensive in January 1968 and the riots and the Democratic Convention in August, we lost a civil rights icon, a human rights icon, a president mired in a quagmire, and our innocence. Worst. Year. EVER. Come and see if you agree!
Date: Friday, Nov. 2
Time: 9 a.m.
Location: Bayou Building, Room 1335
Instructor: Bill Powers
Fee: $44 for first class (includes $26 membership fee and $18 class fee). Additional classes are $18.
This program is part of UHCL's Friday Morning Continuing Education presentations that feature unique and engaging topics. These presentations are open to students, staff, faculty and the entire community. Participants may receive Continuing Education Units (CEU) upon satisfactory completion of their classes. CEU registration forms may be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (281) 283-3033. There is a $10 charge for CEU certificates.