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Black History Month: MLK, Jr.: The Revolutionary
Start Date: 2/25/2013Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Date: 2/25/2013End Time: 7:00 PM
Event Description
Dr. George Garrison  is a tenured professor at Kent State University and will lecture on Martin Luther King, Jr. Most Americans are familiar with Martin Luther King, Jr. the reformer. Most in this country are oblivious of the fact that he lived another five years after the "I Have a Dream" speech and his ideas, convictions, goals and philosophy evolved into those expressed in 1967 in the “Time to Break the Silence" speech which he gave in New York at Riverside Baptist Church. The later King is revolutionary in his perspective and this development in his thoughts and actions will be discussed in this lecture
Location Information:
Trumbull Campus - Classroom/Admin Building
Room: Lower Commons
Contact Information:
Name: Jacob Roope
Phone: 330-675-8858
Email: jroope@kent.edu
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