Withers Collection Museum and Gallery will commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a reenactment of the iconic "I AM A MAN" photograph from the 1968 Sanitation Workers Strike.
An aerial photo will be taken overlooking historic Beale Street, by the granddaughter of Dr. Withers, Mrs. Eboni Bullard. This reenactment and prestigious photo will be displayed at the Withers Collection Museum and Gallery. The photo will also be displayed at the end of ’68 I AM A MAN, a feature film produced by Southern Tales Entertainment.
The event will start at 8 a.m. and will join the MARCH FROM AFSCME LOCAL 1733 TO MASON TEMPLE.
Be a VOLUNTEER, be a MARCHER for Dr. King's dream at the Reenactment Film/Photoshoot of the Iconic I AM A MAN March, photographed by Dr. Ernest C. Withers.
This historical occasion only happens every 50 years.
BE PRESENT THE DREAM LIVES ON IN US!
Visit www.2018MLK50.com for more info!