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Killing King Again: Race, Power, & The Cost Of Unfulfilled Dreams
January 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
In observance of the Martin Luther King holiday, you are invited to hear Dr. Charles W. McKinney, Jr., the Neville Frierson Bryan Chair of Africana Studies and an associate professor of history at Rhodes College in Memphis, for an in-person lecture titled “Killing King Again: Race, Power, and the Cost of Unfulfilled Dreams.”
Dr. McKinney is a scholar in the civil rights/Black power era, African American activism, and African American politics. He holds a doctoral degree from Duke University, and is the author of Greater Freedom: The Evolution of the Civil Rights Struggle in Wilson, North Carolina. A second book, Rights and Lives: An Exploration of the Civil Rights and Black Lives Matter Movements, is under contract at Vanderbilt University Press.
This program is jointly sponsored by the University of Florida African American Studies program, the Bob Graham Center for Public Service, and the Office of Black Student Engagement within the UF Center for Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement.
This is an in-person event at the Pugh Hall Ocora. Free parking will be provided at the Murphree Hall parking lot on University Avenue, directly across from St. Augustine church.
For those unable to attend in-person, you may watch the presentation at this livestream link: https://mediasite.video.ufl.edu/Mediasite/Play/9e8e078cb9524d9b83257399a1b71ba31d
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