Craig Uplinger Lecture: The Justice Journey

Historian Craig Uplinger will present this program in observance of Black History Month. 

Uplinger is a teacher of American history and the U.S. Constitution at Marlboro High School. A James Madison fellow in Monmouth University’s Outstanding Graduate School in History, he is a member of Phi Alpha Theta, the national historical honor society.

For more information about the free program, call the Belmar Public Library at 732-681-0775 or visit www.belmarlibrary.org to send a message.

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Sat, February 15
10:00 am — 12:00 pm
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Historian Craig Uplinger will present this program in observance of Black History Month.

Uplinger is a teacher of American history and the U.S. Constitution at Marlboro High School. A James Madison fellow in Monmouth University’s Outstanding Graduate School in History, he is a member of Phi Alpha Theta, the national historical honor society.

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