Thu, Jan 20, 2022

6:30 PM – 8 PM EST (GMT-5)

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This event involves the viewing of the documentary film At the River I Stand followed by a meaningful dialogue moderated by Dr. Shannen Dee Williams, Associate Professor of History at the University of Dayton. At the River I Stand chronicles the pivotal Memphis sanitation workers' strike of 1968 and the soul-chilling assassination of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the city on April 4 that year.

PLEASE NOTE: For events that require RSVP, only those who have registered will be guaranteed access. RSVP will open 48 hours prior to the event. In circumstances where RSVP meets capacity, interested individuals may join the event Wait List to be notified in the event that a seat becomes available.

All participants are asked to wait outside of the room in an orderly and respectful fashion until a facilitator is present and ready for individuals to begin being seated.

The expectation is that all students will consistently employ sound judgment, demonstrate a character of integrity, and maintain a respectful conduct when engaging in AVIATE opportunities. PATH credit will only be issued to those who remain for the duration of the event.

Direct all questions about this event or about issues with missing PATH to the following Event Sponsor(s) (Not AVIATE):

Campus Partner(s): University Martin Luther King Jr. Program Planning Committee, Roesch Library, Multi-Ethnic Education and Engagement Center.

The University of Dayton strives to provide equal and easy access to programs and services for individuals with disabilities. Individuals requiring accommodations to attend this event are encouraged to contact the LTC's Office of Learning Resources (OLR) in advance with their request in order to ensure adequate processing time. 

Contact OLR by telephone at 937-229-2066 (TTY 937-229-2059 for deaf/hard of hearing) or by email at