The Without Sanctuary Exhibit showed recently at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

On May 1, 2002, it opened in a very contextualized format in Atlanta, Georgia at the Martin Luther King National Historic Site on Auburn Ave, where it will remain until December 31. Emory University and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site co-sponsor the exhibit. The site is across the street from Dr. King's birth home and next to the new Ebenezer Baptist Church.

Articles about Without Sanctuary exhibit at Martin Luther King National Historic Site:

"Stark photos of past horrors promote healing" by Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Cynthia Tucker

"Lynching exhibit confronts South's ugly past"

"Lynching and Racial Violence in America; Histories and Legacies," an international conference at Emory University October 3-6.