There are many wonderful events this week honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This year marks 50 years since his speech at K-State on January 19th. Here’s a link http://www.k-state.edu/diversity/mlk/ and a quick summary.
3:30pm, Banquet Room, Alumni Center: Commerce Bank Presidential Awards for Diversity
*K-State Theatre student Chelsea Turner will be recognized for her contributions, but she is in De Moines, IA at KCACTF this week.
6:30pm, Weber Hall, Heritage Room 233: Professional Development
12-3pm Union Indoor Courtyard: 4th Annual Civil Rights Teach-In
3-4pm, Leadership Studies, Town Hall: “Sins of our Fathers – Growing up in the Shadow of Segregation and in the Hope of Integration
4:30pm, Regnier Hall, Regnier Forum: Cheryl Durst Presentation
12:30pm Forum Hall, Student Union: MLK Week Lecture – Martin Luther King III, and Candlelight Vigil
2pm, Laying of the Wreaths
5:30pm, Beach Museum: “I am Not Your Negro” screening
12pm, Cottonwood Room, Student Union: Hear Dr. King’s K-State speech
K-State Affinity Group Brown Bag Lunch