Revisit the last days in the life of Martin Luther King Jr. through photographs in the Snite Museum’s collection. Professor Richard Pierce of the Departments of History and Africana Studies will narrate the events of early April 1968. Photographs by Ernest Withers, Joseph Louw, Moneta Sleet Jr., and Steve Schapiro will be on temporary view for Professor Pierce’s talk.
This program is organized in support of the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture’s "1968: A Movement in Time," a community retrospective on 1968 comprised of a series of programs, lectures, and events conducted in collaboration between local higher education institutions and community organizations.
Originally published at sniteartmuseum.nd.edu.