The Rev. James Lawson, a United Methodist pastor and civil rights leader, will be at Fresno State on Feb. 22-23 for the screening and discussion of two documentaries and to give a speech on nonviolence.
The Rev. James Lawson, a United Methodist pastor and civil rights leader, will be at Fresno State on Feb. 22-23 for the screening and discussion of two documentaries and to give a speech on nonviolence. MIKE DuBOSE HO
The Rev. James Lawson, a United Methodist pastor and civil rights leader, will be at Fresno State on Feb. 22-23 for the screening and discussion of two documentaries and to give a speech on nonviolence. MIKE DuBOSE HO

Civil rights pioneer Rev. James Lawson Jr. to speak at Fresno State

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