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Sunday, January 17, 2010

WNYC’s fourth annual Martin Luther King Day Celebration at the Brooklyn Museum.
by Scott Ellison Smith
WNYC’s fourth annual Martin Luther King Day Celebration at the Brooklyn Museum.
Dr. Roscoe Brown and The Takeaway's Celeste Headlee
by Scott Ellison Smith
Dr. Roscoe Brown and The Takeaway's Celeste Headlee
Brian Lehrer (left), Major Owens Dr.Roscoe Brown, Celeste Headlee (right)
by Scott Ellison Smith
Brian Lehrer (left), Major Owens Dr.Roscoe Brown, Celeste Headlee (right)
Majora Carter (left) and Dr. Eddie Glaude
by Scott Ellison Smith
Majora Carter (left) and Dr. Eddie Glaude
Major Owens and Dr. Roscoe Brown
by Scott Ellison Smith
Major Owens and Dr. Roscoe Brown
Johnny McCalla (left), Executive Director of the National Coalition for Haitian Rights, and Professor Patricia Williams (right)
by Scott Ellison Smith
Johnny McCalla (left), Executive Director of the National Coalition for Haitian Rights, and Professor Patricia Williams (right)
David Lamb (left) and Jose Perez (right)
by Scott Ellison Smith
David Lamb (left) and Jose Perez (right)
A full house at the Brooklyn Museum.
by Scott Ellison Smith
A full house at the Brooklyn Museum.
Camonghne Felix reading a poem she wrote for the occasion.
by Scott Ellison Smith
Camonghne Felix reading a poem she wrote for the occasion.
Dr. Eddie Glaude (left) and Camonghne Felix (right)
by Scott Ellison Smith
Dr. Eddie Glaude (left) and Camonghne Felix (right)
David Lamb reading lines from his play
by Scott Ellison Smith
David Lamb reading lines from his play "Platanos and Collard Greens."
Eight generations on one stage.
by Scott Ellison Smith
Eight generations on one stage.

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