The Sword and the Shield
Historian Peniel Joseph examined the relationship between Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. and how they defined the civil rights movement. This was a virtual event hosted by Porter Square Books in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Peniel E. Joseph Professor University of Texas at Austin->Public Affairs
Leila Meglio Event Manager Porter Square Books
Brandon Terry Assistant Professor Harvard University->Department of African and African American Studies
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