The publication is a collection of art, photography, prose, music and essays titled “The 2020 Project." It will release later this September to commemorate the current global call for justice and equality of Black people.
The Institute is home to Martin Luther King Jr.’s collection of published writings and document-based lesson plans. It works with a $500,000 budget each year and is located in Cypress Hall D near the Engineering Quad, where portables are used as offices.
International students will not be permitted to take a completely online course load and remain in the U.S. for the fall 2020 semester due to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) regulations released Monday.