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Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Events
Monday, January 19, 1998
Columbia Campus

Commemorative Breakfast

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,
Richland and Calhoun Counties

Sponsored by the University of South Carolina in cooperation with the Martin Luther King, Jr.
Holiday Committee and the Student Government Association


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.

A Special Performance by the Hallelujah Singers

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.
Holiday Committee; the Student Government Association; the Black Faculty and Staff
Association; and WIS-TV

For further information, contact the USC Office of Equal Opportunity Programs at 900 Assembly
Street. Phone: 777-3854.


Related Links to Martin Luther King, Jr. Information

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Directory
    The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center in Atlanta and The Martin Luther King, Jr.
    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.

The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site

    The National Park Service maintains information on the King historic site, including
    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.