The 37th annual Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series
this  year examines “City Moves: Black Urban History Since 1967.”  This daylong program is free to the public. Founded in 1981 by the then Institute director, Dr. Clement Price, and Giles R. Wright, NJ Historical Commission, MTW is  New Jersey’s oldest and largest Black History Month conference.
The Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series is presented by the Clement A. Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience; the Federated Department of History, Rutgers University-Newark/New Jersey Institute of Technology; and the Department of African American and African Studies.