Milwaukee's Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Ave., will host a special four-day exhibit of The King Center Imaging Project, a traveling digital showcase of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s most influential documents.
The Atlanta-based King Center has digitized more than 200,000 key correspondences, speeches and sermons from the Civil Rights Movement. The traveling project allows visitors to see how the process works, as well as add their own dreams to the "My Dream Is" digital collection via the project's illuminated Dream Wall.
The King Center Imaging Project exhibition is free and open to the public Aug. 27-30. Visit mpl.org for more information.