Nebraska’s Institute for Ethnic Studies will host its annual Spring Celebration at 4:30 p.m. April 10 at Sheldon Museum of Art.
This year’s celebration features a lecture by Holly McGee, assistant professor at the University of Cincinnati.
In her lecture, McGee will tell the story of Elizabeth Mafeking, a recognized South African women’s trade union president. In 1959, she was identified by white civic and political leaders as the head of “the most militant trade union in the country.”
For more information on the celebration, visit the Ethnic Studies website.