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Thursday, April 02, 20094/2/2009Apr22009356Leadership Lecture Series: Julian BondA first-hand eyewitness to many watershed moments in the history of the Civil Rights Movement, Bond delivers a powerful speech on the centuries-long struggle of African-Americans for equality, diversity in the shaping of laws, and civil rights moving into the future.</p> <p>Bond is a distinguished professor at American University and a professor of history at the University of Virginia who has tirelessly served the causes of dignity, peace, and freedom for almost half a century. His speech to campus, &ldquo;Civil Rights: In the Day, Today, and Tomorrow,&rdquo; discussed the long struggle of African Americans for equality, diversity in the legislative process, and the future of civil rights issues.</p> <p>2009/04/20090402_1215_bond.mp34/2/200901:07:0364.45 MB9370Leadership Lecture Series27