Posted on August 23, 2017 · Posted in Faculty Associates News

In 2016, the Albert Luthuli Museum in Groutville, Kwazulu/Natal, South Africa, opened a special exhibit to commemorate Chief Luthuli’s meeting with Senator Robert Kennedy on June 8, 1966. Chief Luthuli was the first African to win the Nobel Peace Prize. At the time of the visit he was the banned president of the African National Congress.

Roosevelt House Faculty Associate and Professor Larry Shore (Film & Media Studies) was commissioned to design the exhibit and make a special short video for the museum about
the meeting. The museum is a National Heritage Site 40 miles North of Durban.

Watch the video below.