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Dr. Kenneth Jolly

About: Kenneth Jolly is a Professor of History and the Advisor for the Black Studies degree at Saginaw Valley State University where he teaches courses in African American History, the Black Power and Civil Rights Movements, and U.S. History. His current research focuses on the 20th century Black Freedom Struggle.

Possible Topics: The Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century, the Post-World War Two Civil Rights and Black Power Movements.

Travel: Dr. Jolly is willing to travel within Saginaw and to surrounding areas such as Bay City, Midland, Mount Pleasant, Pinconning, and Standish.

Contact: To schedule an appearance contact Dr. Jolly by emailing kjolly@svsu.edu or calling (989) 964-2083.