Film, Video Before & After '68: The Poor People's Campaign, Then & Now
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- Before & After '68: The Poor People's Campaign, Then & Now
- Participants in the Poor People's Campaigns of 1968 and 2018 -- scholars, cultural workers and documentarians -- discussed Martin Luther King Jr.'s original mass action for human rights and justice on it's 50th anniversary and its contemporary counterpart.
- Event Date
- June 14, 2018
- Running Time
- 4 hours 8 minutes 42 seconds
- Online Format
- Allen, Yara
- Gilmore, Maggie
- Henderson, Lenneal
- Hribar, Charon
- Jackson, Bruce
- Jackson, Reginald
- Mantler, Gordon
- McQuirter, Marya
- Petr, Nick
- Steiner, Marc
- Theoharis, Liz
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