The University of Mississippi School of Law will host a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Commemoration Panel Wednesday, February 1, at 12:45 p.m. in Weems Auditorium. The program is entitled “Race and Civil Rights,” and panelists will discuss issues of race and civil rights central to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
“This is the Law School’s seventh annual Martin Luther King Day commemoration event,” said Jack Nowlin, senior associate dean of the Law School and the event’s moderator. “We organize this each year to honor and celebrate Dr. King through an academic panel dedicated to discussing issues central to his life and legacy.”
Panelists for the event are Professor Michele Alexandre from the School of Law, Professor Paul Polgar from the History Department, and Professor Cliff Johnson from the School of Law. The event is free and open to the public. Off campus attendees will need to obtain a visitor parking permit before arriving.
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