Join us next door at the CCPA for a free public screening of the critically acclaimed documentary King in the Wilderness,
which examines the last three years of Dr. King's life and his continuing belief in nonviolent political action in the face
of the Black Power movement and his opposition to the Vietnam War in the face of fierce criticism from former allies including
President Lyndon Johnson.
The screening is part of the Coralville Public Library's Martin Luther King Day Observance and is jointly sponsored by the
Coralville Public Library and the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts.
Looking for more ways to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day? In the morning, join the 2020 MLK Day of Service. Find
service projects from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at various locations on the
2020 MLK Day of Service volunteer page. After the movie
King in the Wilderness, join us at 5:00 pm in the Coralville Public Library's Rotunda for a public reading of Martin Luther King Jr.'s iconic
"I Have a Dream Speech".