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On the same day that Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at Reynolds Coliseum in 1966, the KKK marched 1,800 people through the streets of Raleigh—a tactic deliberately organized to intimidate him.

English professor Jason Miller and Ph.D. candidate in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media Margaret E. Baker worked together to tell the unfiltered story of July 31, 1966 in a unique, immersive way. Projected on a 360º display in D.H. Hill Jr.’s Visualization Studio, black and white and color images surrounded the room as well as unseen footage from the day, given to Miller by Raleigh resident Marshall Wyatt.

Miller and Baker showcased The King & the Klan: A Visual Experience to a live audience in January.