University of South Carolina
Voice: 803.777.5400 FAX: 803.777.3697
Monday, January 19, 1998
7:30 a.m. Russell House Ballroom
Tickets: $4 at the Russell House Information Desk
Featured Speaker: The Honorable Darrell Jackson South Carolina State Senator, District 21,
Sponsored by the University of South Carolina in cooperation with the
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Black Law School Students Association Celebration
3:00 p.m. USC Law School Auditorium Free Admission
Featured Speaker: Denise Hartsfield, Esquire Assistant Professor, Wake Forest University
Sponsored by the Black Law School Students Association
An Evening to Celebrate the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
6:30 p.m. Koger Center for the Performing Arts
Free Admission Seating on a first-come, first-served basis
Sponsored by the University of South Carolina in cooperation with the Martin Luther King, Jr.
For further information, contact the USC Office of
Equal Opportunity Programs at 900 Assembly
Related Links to Martin Luther King, Jr. InformationThe Martin Luther King, Jr. Directory
Papers Project at Stanford University have compiled primary and secondary
documents covering the life and career of the civil rights leader. The site contains a
biography, a chronology of King's life, articles, and a searchable bibliography of reference
sources. The site also includes access to letters, speeches, and commentary written by King.
A simple, free registration form is required to access the primary documents.
contact information, facilities, and additional attractions. The page contains links to
Ebenezer Baptist Church and Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent
Social Change, Inc.