Join us this Wednesday, May 25 at 7 p.m. at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library. Civil rights icon Andrew Young will sit down with host Bill Nigut for an intimate conversation about Young's life and work for a live taping of "Two Way Street."
We'll dive into what inspired him in his early life to become an activist in the civil rights movement. And what actually transpired when Young, MLK and President Johnson met in the Oval Office to discuss the Selma march?
We'll also cover his work with the United Nations and his time as Mayor of Atlanta.
And with so much happening today, we'll explore his thoughts on what are the most important issues in the continuing struggle for civil rights?
Admission is free...but try to arrive early to get a seat.