07
Apr

At the River I Stand Documentary Viewing

- Zoom
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Professional Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff
At the River I Stand MLK documentary cover pictures African American man wearing sign that reads I Am A Man

April 4 marks the anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, murdered in 1968 while fighting for the rights of striking Memphis sanitation workers. This event is brilliantly chronicled in this acclaimed documentary.

At The River I Stand brings into sharp relief issues that have only become more urgent in the intervening years: the connection between economic and civil rights, debates over strategies for change, the demand for full inclusion of African Americans in American life and the fight for dignity for public employees and all working people.

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This event is presented by Widener University's Department of Sociology and the African and African-American Studies program.