Civics 101 – How America Works


5:30 pm - 6:30 pm


Grand Avenue Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall
901 N Grand Ave , Sherman, TX, 75092

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  Join us on Monday, February 27 at Grand Avenue Presbyterian Church, 901 N. Grand Ave, Sherman, TX at 5:30 pm to hear Austin College’s Dr. Felix Harcourt speak about local black history.

Free and open to all who wish to attend.


Introducing our speaker for February

Dr. Felix Harcourt


As Assistant Professor of US History, I specialize in the history of prejudice, politics, and popular culture in the modern United States, with a particular focus on the 1920s and New Deal era. My book, Ku Klux Kulture: America and the Klan in the 1920s (University of Chicago Press, 2017), argues that the self-proclaimed Invisible Empire was a formative influence on modern mass culture. My current research focuses on the political power of the Klan, particularly at the federal level. I am also the Assistant Editor of two volumes of Eleanor Roosevelt’s collected papers, and run the Eleanor Roosevelt account on Twitter – follow her @ERPapers!