Daniels discusses his new book, "Saving the Soul of Georgia" at the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, Central Library

Morris Dees, Founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, delivers the 2013 Donald L. Hollowell Lecture


Earl Lewis on Diversity and the Civil Rights Movement 
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Earl Lewis is the provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and the Asa Griggs Candler Professor of History and African American Studies at Emory University. Lewis has held various prestigious academic positions across the country and received numerous national awards for his academic achievements. Lewis, who earned degrees in history and psychology, is an expert in African American history..  

Civil Rights Lecture Series Slideshow 
A collection of photos taken from the Lecture Series, "The Civil Rights Movement and the Practice of Social Work." Lecturers included, Preston King, Lonnie King and Earl Lewis.

Lonnie C. King, Jr. on Student Movements and the Civil Rights Movement 
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Lonnie C. King, Jr. is a founding member of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and one of the authors of “An Appeal for Human Rights,” published March 9, 1960 in various Atlanta area newspapers, which kicked off the Atlanta Student Movement. King shared his experience with Professor Obie Clayton's class, "The Civil Rights Movement and the Practice of Social Work."

Preston King Addresses The Civil Rights Movement and the Practice of Social Work 
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Preston King, a prolific and widely respected political philosopher and civil rights icon, speaks to Professor Obie Clayton's course, "The Civil Rights Movement and the Practice of Social Work."

Preview of Donald L. Hollowell: Footsoldier for Equal Justice
A preview of the documentary, Donald L. Hollowell Footsoldier for Equal Justice, by Dr. Maurice C. Daniels and Dr. Derrick P. Aldridge