RWU professor’s design among 5 finalists for Boston MLK memorial

Updated at 11:12 a.m.

PICTURED IS A VIEW of the design submitted by a Roger Williams University professor for the Boston Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. Called
PICTURED IS A VIEW of the design submitted by a Roger Williams University professor for the Boston Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. Called "Ripple Effects," the design is one of five finalists chosen by Bay State nonprofit Martin Luther King Boston. / COURTESY WODICZKO + BONDER
BRISTOL – A design proposal submitted by Roger Williams University professor of architecture Julian Bonder has been chosen among five finalists for the city of Boston’s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. According to a late Wednesday statement from the university, “Ripple Effects: Voice, Love, Non-Violence, Fellowship, Community, Justice, Action,” the design submitted by Bonder, was…

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