Odyssey: Lecture by Taylor Branch

Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy has been understood differently by both contemporaries and historians. To the Rev. Hosea Williams, one of his chief lieutenants, Dr. King was "the militant of the [20th] century." To journalist and historian Jon Meacham, he was an "architect of the 21st century," but to King biographer Taylor Branch, MLK was a "new [American] founding father." Mr. Branch gives a special appearance for Odyssey with a lecture that explores King's legacy, in the 50th year after his assassination in 1968.

910.802.01 Homewood campus
Monday, March 19, 6:45 to 8:15 p.m.
Cost: $10

JHU full-time faculty/staff are eligible for tuition remission. You must call 410-516-8516 for registration details.