King tribute seminar to examine social movements

Nexuses of Change
Jan. 18, 4-6 p.m.
Seminar Room, Belknap Research Building
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY, USA
Admission is free and open to the public


Today’s peace movement, past civil rights struggles, anti-Vietnam War protests and a push for black power — all those efforts will be discussed at “Nexuses of Change: Explorations into Seminal Social Movements of the 20th Century,” an event to honor the work of Martin Luther King Jr.

Here are the topics and speakers:

“World War II, the Fight Against Fascism and the Anticolonial Movement: Lessons for the Peace Movement Today,” Horace Campbell, Syracuse University
“Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights and Anti-Vietnam War Movements,” Richard Sobel, Northwestern University
“The Black Power Movement and the Prying Open of Elitist Universities,” Jan Carew, Northwestern University professor emeritus

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