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Heroes & Villains: Iconic Leadership and the Politics of Memory
Professor Mason Williams
Fall 2018

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A striking Atlanta sanitation worker kneels at the grave of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. after a rally by Southern Christian Leadership Conference supporting the strike in Atlanta on April 4, 1970.

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