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By Truman Chamberlin, VI Form
MLK and Nelson Mandela: A Comparative Infographic
Note: This final product was completed for the Lions Roam course, “Race, Racism, and Reconciliation Since 1945: Lions Roam in the American South and South Africa.”
Truman Chamberlin is a VI form boarding student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. His favorite subjects and pastimes are English and baseball, and he enjoys music, travel, and civil discourse.
By Isabelle Titcomb, VI Form
Yin and Yang: The Interdependence of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X
Sixth form Isabelle Titcomb spent a semester this year in History Fellowship class conducting research on the relationship between MLK and Malcolm X — two of the most influential leaders in African American history whose words still have a lingering influence.