The Black Law Students Association and The Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service putting on a special screening Monday.
Memphis 13: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement's Smallest
Pioneers" will be played at noon at the Friday courtroom of the
UALR Bowen Law School. It tells the story of 13 first graders, who
desegregated Memphis schools in October 1961. The film talks with the 13 pioneers 50 years later.
The screening is free and open to the public.