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Bart Schultz

Time: January 14, 2012 from 1pm to 5pm
Location: University of Chicago and various locations
Event Type: bus, tour, on, mlk, legacy, in, chicago
Organized By: Bart Schultz
Latest Activity: Dec 22, 2011

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bart schultz
Contact E-mail rschultz@uchicago.edu
Contact Phone 773.702.8821
Campus Map maps.uchicago.edu
Event Description The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.--An afternoon bus tour led by the great civil rights activist and oral historian of the South Side, Timuel D. Black, and covering sites connected with Martin Luther King's work in Chicago, which was partly organized by Prof. Black. The tour will also stop by the RainbowPush coalition for a discussion with other civil rights leaders with a profound knowledge of Dr. King's work. Following the tour, there will be an (optional) demonstration class by the adult learners in the Odyssey Project, who will be discussing one of Dr. King's late speeches.
Disability Clause Please contact the event sponsor(s) if you require assistance to fully participate in this event.
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Free for University of Chicago and Odyssey Project students! To register, please call Bart Schultz at 773-702-8821

Link grahamschool.uchicago.edu…

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