Monday, February 03, 2014

March On Washington Exhibit In Kansas City

Deets of an upcoming exhibit @ Bruce Watkins: "Dr. King and the struggle for equality and freedom are featured through the images showcased in the exhibition, “The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: A Half Century Remembrance of the Dream.” The photographic exhibition captures the largest demonstration in our nation’s capital and civil rights history."

February 7-March 31
Tuesday-Saturday
10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Heritage Center, 3700 Blue Parkway
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5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

If you losers would all go get jobs you wouldn't need to march. But nope you sat around on your asses and let the Mexicans from down south come and take all your jobs away.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Who?

Anonymous said...

Oh gawd, I forgot it's worship-a-darkey month. Time to showcase all their "contributions" to society. What a joke; there are none. But like Kwanza, they'll make some up and we're supposed to be impressed by the tale, no matter how far fetched it is.
Like the frigid weather, please let it be over soon.

Anonymous said...

How much taxpayer money did that place on Bruce Watkins cost us ?

Anonymous said...

Oh, I remember Mr. King. A fucking nigger, loser who was without a good reason to live either. He was no more of a "doctor" than Jay-Z. No, he's a good nigger now and will, in all likelihood, stay that way.