The History Museum to present lecture on 100th Anniversary of Notre Dame's clash with KKK

The History Museum

SAINT JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. --100 years ago, students from the University of Notre Dame led hundreds of citizens into downtown South Bend, to confront the Ku Klux Klan.

Deputy Director Kristie Erickson chronicles this three-day show of resistance, which began on May 17, 1924, at Insights in History, in the auditorium of the St. Joe County Public Library, on Wednesday, July 10, at 1:30 p.m.

A tour of The History Museum's exhibit RESIST!, about the view in Beutter-Kernan Hall in the Community Learning Center will be offered.

Reservations are required by July 8 and space is limited.

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