The documentary Alice’s Ordinary People will be screened on Saturday, February 3rd at 1:00 PM at The Plymouth Public Library. This inspiring film is free and open to the public.
Alice Tregay, a civil rights pioneer from Chicago, mobilized thousands around the cause for voting rights and civil rights in the 1960’s. Tregay marched many times with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in support of open housing and of desegregation in Chicago public schools. Come get inspired by how Alice Tregay and her “ordinary people” made and continue to make things happen. Filmmaker and producer, Craig Dudnick will answer questions after the film.
This free program is sponsored by the Plymouth Public Library Corporation. No registration is required. Refreshments are provided courtesy of Brookdale of Plymouth Beach. For more information call Tom Cummiskey, Outreach/Senior Services Librarian, at 508-830-4250 or TTY 508-747-5882.