In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Khalid el-Hakim, the owner of the Black History 101 Mobile Museum to Clark to display his collection of artifacts on Jan. 16. The collection took up several tables in Gaiser Hall, creating a timeline of black history, for viewers to follow as they quietly walked along the tables. Artifacts ranged from shackles, a whip and a notice for a slave auction to several signed hip-hop records, a Black Lives Matter bumper sticker and a GQ magazine featuring Colin Kaepernick.
El-Hakim refers to the exhibition as the signature collection.
“Having a piece signed makes it rare,” he said.