ABHM and WBHS Combine to Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2021

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Clayborn Benson, Director of the Wisconsin Black Historical Society, and Dr. Robert S. Smith, Resident Historian at America’s Black Holocaust Museum,  converse about Dr. King’s travels to Milwaukee and Wisconsin. They also discuss his brilliant intellect and simple but not simplistic ways of articulating the call for civil rights.

This program was produced in partnership with the Wisconsin State Historical Society.

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  1. Everett L Marshburn on January 18, 2021 at 1:24 PM

    Two of my favorite historians! Thank you for the King Day collaboration and message!

    • dr_fran on January 19, 2021 at 8:02 PM

      And thank you, Mr. Marshburn, for visiting our Virtual Museum and for the work you do every day to educate us all.

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