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An exhibition exploring Martin Luther King Jr.’s connection to NYC opens this weekend
  
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Full Article on Timeout.com


photo courtesy of Museum of the City of New York

“These photographs illuminate aspects of Martin Luther King Jr. that are less often explored, like his linking of racism with poverty and war,” says Puffin Foundation Curator of social activism Sarah Seidman, a co-organizer of the exhibition. “These positions garnered significant controversy and pushback at the time—from both the United States government and other civil rights leaders—and help us remember him in all of his complexity.”

View the full artcile: https://www.timeout.com/newyork/news/an-exhibition-exploring-martin-luther-king-jr-s-connection-to-nyc-opens-this-weekend-011218