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MLK and Nelson Mandela: A Comparative Infographic

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.

Yin and Yang: The Interdependence of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X 

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.

Check out her paper here by clicking here!  (more…)