Stories of Solidarity and Change: The Legacy of MLK Jr. at NC State

About the Exhibit

This digital exhibit is curated by the NC State University Libraries Special Collections Research Center in collaboration with the African American Cultural Center.

This exhibit explores the impact of Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy at NC State University and the ways in which his legacy has been made possible for each of us through stories of solidarity and activism. For more information about MLK campus commemoration events, visit the MLK Campus Commemoration.

"I think that made a big difference, being nonviolent."

Wolf Tales recording with Irwin Holmes, North Carolina State University Oral Histories, MC 00449, Special Collections Research Center, NC State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC


Virginia Ferris
Victor Betts
Phillip MacDonald
Taylor Wolford
With special contributions from Todd Kosmerick, Cathy Dorin-Black, and the African American Historical State Timeline.