Events

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Jul
19
Thu
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 19 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.

Jul
20
Fri
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 20 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.

Jul
21
Sat
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 21 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.

Jul
22
Sun
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 22 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.

Jul
23
Mon
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 23 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.

Jul
24
Tue
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 24 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.

Jul
25
Wed
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 25 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.

Jul
26
Thu
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 26 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.

Jul
27
Fri
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 27 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.

Jul
28
Sat
The Spirit of ’68
Jul 28 all-day

1968 was marked by war and protest, tragedy and revolution—a year around which a whole era of political turmoil, cultural change, and social unrest turned. The Spirit of ’68, organized by curators and archivists at the Sheridan Libraries, examines some of the many explosive events of 1968 and the period around this pivotal year. The photographs, posters, pamphlets, magazines, film footage, and archival documents on display focus on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the “Holy Week Uprisings” that followed in Baltimore; student activism on the Johns Hopkins campus; Vietnam War propaganda and protest; the “Mai 1968” unrest in France; the Black Power and Black Arts movements; and the emergence of what would become known as Gay Liberation.