Dr. King’s Last Days in Memphis
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Please join us for a discussion with attorney Mike Cody, who, as an ACLU cooperating attorney, represented Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his fight to march in support of striking sanitation workers in Memphis, despite the city’s prohibition of the march. Cody will discuss 1960s Memphis and the ACLU, including his work with Dr. King in the days leading up to his assassination.
This event, co-sponsored by Nashville Public Library, is free and open to the public.
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All portraits above courtesy of: Special Collections Department, University Libraries, University of Memphis
Metro government is modernizing the parking garage adjacent to the Main Library. The project began late June 2016. Approximately 360 spaces will be added, and other improvements will be made to the garage. Seventy-five parking spaces are temporarily closed for the duration of construction. Project completion is expected in spring of 2018.
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