NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The public is invited to what promises to be a fascinating conversation with Carlotta Walls LaNier, the youngest member of the “Little Rock Nine,” the first African-American students to break the color barrier in 1957 at Little Rock’s Central High School.  Until that time, Arkansas public schools were strictly segregated by race.

Breakfast will be offered.  The program runs from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. June 22, 2015.

Ms. LaNier will share her unique insights into a chapter of history that helped to shape modern society.  A question-and-answer period will follow. 

The New Jersey Law Center is located at One Constitution Square, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, just off Ryders Lane. 

Advance registration is preferred.  732-214-8500 or NJICLE.com. 


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Allan Dean

Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...