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Dr. Peniel E. Joseph, CSRD Founding Director and Barbara Jordan Chair in Ethics and Political Values, presents a discussion on the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s last political crusade, which took him to the city of Memphis, Tennessee, in the spring of 1968.  Fifty years later, King’s commitment to social justice, racial equality, and economic fairness continue to resonate in our time as much as his own.

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