Poor Means Us: The History, Legacy, and Continuing Importance of Martin Luther Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign
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Poor Means Us examines the history, legacy and continuing importance of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign.
This publication was included in the exhibition Lil’ Radicals: Multicultural and Social Justice Publications for Kids in the 21st Century. Copies are availble from Booklyn, an artist- run, non- profit organization in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
About the Authors
Poor Means Us was written, designed, and illustrated by students enrolled in the course Applied Graphic Design (ARTS 4375) at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, Texas: Kayla Bacos, Jessica Degollado, Samantha Juarez, Chriscina Lampkin, Mikala Mulligan, Maggii Rodriguez, and Gabrielle Schbeir.
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