The CHC Theater Program is presenting an exhibit/installation: "50 Years Ago in Civil Rights History" in the lobby of the PAC. The exhibit consists of four panels, each eight feet long representing a chronology of the ground-breaking Civil Rights events in January, February and March of 1965, exactly 50 years ago. The events mainly concern the struggle for voting rights in the South, focusing on Martin Luther King’s voting rights campaign in Selma, Alabama. King’s campaign ultimately led to the epic March to Montgomery and to the passage of the voting rights Act of 1965 proposed by President Lyndon Johnson. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to see the exhibit and to post comments in the book by the exhibit.