Chicago April 1968

Posted in Uncategorized by Samuel A. Love on 2 November, 2008

Chicago April 1968 is a multi-media oral history project that began as a part of “68 in 08: The Inheritance of Politics and The Politics of Inheritance,” a year-long critical commemoration of the legacy of 1968 initiated by AREA Chicago. This project is an explicitly revisionist look at one of the most violent events in Chicago history: the rioting that followed the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. on 4 April, 1968.

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