Civil Rights Activist Wurzburg to be Honored

A leader in the alternative dispute resolution profession and long-time civil rights activist in Memphis, Jocelyn Wurzburg will be honored by the Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators on Friday for her lasting contributions to the field of mediation. She was the first professional mediator in Memphis and has been active in the civil rights movement for more than 40 years. After Dr. King was assassinated in 1968, she led a women’s march on City Hall demanding that the city and the sanitation workers avert a second strike. Among expected guests are past award recipients, Grayfred Gray and Robert P. Murrian. Download more information and ticket information.

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