VOICES OF CRISIS explores the American Race Crisis lecture series held at The New School in 1964. The original series, intended to broaden understanding of the struggle for racial equality, brought leading lights of the civil rights movement to The New School. Speakers included Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Roy Wilkins, James Farmer, Ossie Davis, and John Killens. The exhibition and events will carry forward the legacy of this historic series.
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