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Going to the Mountaintop: King & the Civil Rights Movement

Date: January 17 2011 10:00am - January 18 2011 4:00pm Location: Templeton Campus Center (various locations)

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    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. March from Selma to Montgomery.

Templeton Campus Center (various locations)

The Office of Multicultural Affairs, and the Dean of the Chapel host the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.  

This year’s event is “Going to the Mountaintop: King and the Civil Rights Movement” and we invite each of you to participate in this reflective and interactive Walking Exhibit in Templeton Campus Center.

Walk through Templeton to revisit some of the portraits, words, and images that encapsulate the Civil Rights Movement, with a focus on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s enduring and transformational message of peace and equality.

BUS BOYCOTT (1955)
LITTLE ROCK NINE (1957)
LUNCH COUNTER SIT-INS (1960)
MISSISSIPPI FREEDOM SUMMER (1964)
SELMA TO MONTGOMERY MARCH (1965)
MLK INTERVIEWS & SPEECHES (1955-1968)

Take a map, complete the tour and answer the trivia to be entered into a drawing for prizes.

For more information, contact email us at multicultural@lclark.edu or chapel@lclark.edu                                      
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