From protesting the segregation of schools in black neighborhoods to bolstering and supporting black candidates for office, Alice Tregay, and the “ordinary people” she rallied to her causes, were a driving force for remarkable societal change. In honor of Black History Month, a documentary about Tregay and her impact, Alice’s Ordinary People, will be screened at Bedford Library in Temperance, MI. The film’s director, Craig Dudnick, will be on hand to discuss Tregay’s history and his experience making the movie.
2pm | Sunday, February 16
Bedford Library, 8575 Jackman Rd., Temperance, MI
734-847-6747 | mymcls.com | Free