The Moton Story and Civil Rights in Education
AboutPart of the Virginia Quilt Museum's project Stitching Together History: 250 Quilts Commemorating the Commonwealth of Virginia this webinar will focus on the topic, Unfinished Revolutions.
Before Selma, before Montgomery, there was Farmville, where young people made history. The Civil Rights movement came to Farmville, Virginia, thanks to the courage of students protesting inequality. Learn about the Moton story and how students became Civil Rights activists and helped change history.
Cameron Patterson is the Senior Partner for Strategic Initiatives of the Robert Russa Moton Museum. In this role, he provides support for special projects that advance the museum’s mission and vision. As the current vice president for student affairs at Longwood University, he also works to solidify a thriving partnership between the university and the museum.
This webinar will be recorded and shared on the VQM YouTube Channel.