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Club 10 Hold Public Panel On Dr. King
Club 10 Hold Public Panel On Dr. King
Item IDEgyptian19680416Club.tif
TitleClub 10 Hold Public Panel On Dr. King
AuthorEgyptian
DescriptionThe International Relations Club will present a public panel discussion on Martin Luther King, Jr. today at 7:30 p.m. in Morris Library Auditorium, according to Frank L. Klingberg, professor of government.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1968 April 16
Volume49
Issue124
SectionEducation
Page(s)6
Digital File Format.TIF (Tagged Image Format)
Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptClub 10 Hold Public Panel On Dr. King

The International Relations Club will present a public panel discussion on Martin Luther King, Jr. today at 7:30 p.m. in Morris Library Auditorium, according to Frank L. Klingberg, professor of government.
The topic, "Is Non-Violence the Answer?", will be discussed by two panelists who had close personal contact with the late Dr. King. The panelists are the Rev. Lenus Turley of the Carbondale Rock Hill Baptist Church and John Paul Eddy, instructor of philosophy. Rev. Turley participated in the Washington and Selma marches with Dr. King and attended the funeral in Atlanta.
Eddy also participated with Dr. King in civil rights efforts for the past eighteen years, klingberg said.
Eddy has a Bachelor of Divinity degree from Garrett Seminary in Evanston and has ten years experience in higher education in the United States. He is presently working on his doctorate.
Two other speakers will participate in the discussion, Klingberg said. They are Bill Moffett, head of the Southern Illinois Peace Committee, and a representative of the Afro-American and African Union.
Orrin Benn, president of the IRC, will moderate the panel discussion.
All students and faculty members are invited.
LanguageEnglish
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