Philip A. Goduti, Jr. ’98G — Dr. King’s Vision of Hope

As we approach the anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., on April 4, we bring you this lecture by Philip Goduti, Jr. ’98G. Goduti is an alum of the Graduate History Program and is the author of three books, the most recent titled RFK and MLK: Visions of Hope, 1963-1968. In January, he explored how emotion and Dr. King’s philosophy shaped the civil rights movement in a presentation for the College’s Humanities Forum, as part of MLK Convocation Week.

As we approach the anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., on April 4, we bring you this lecture by Philip Goduti, Jr. ’98G. Goduti is an alum of the Graduate History Program and is the author of three books, the most recent titled RFK and MLK: Visions of Hope, 1963-1968. In January, he explored how emotion and Dr. King’s philosophy shaped the civil rights movement in a presentation for the College’s Humanities Forum, as part of MLK Convocation Week.

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