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March 30 lecture by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. cancelled

Gates is now scheduled to give his talk, "Black America Since MLK," on Sept. 18.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Black America Since MLK: A Conversation with Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., originally scheduled for March 30, has been postponed.

The event has been rescheduled for 5:30 p.m., Sept. 18 at the Younts Conference Center. Gates is an award-winning filmmaker, journalist and cultural critic.

For more information, contact the Riley Institute at Furman at 864-294-3280.

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