Description: Get On The Bus unites children throughout California who have been separated from their mothers and fathers in prison. An annual event offers free transportation to the prison for the children and their chaperones.
Hosted by Office of Community Service Learning and Armacost Library
Donate the following supplies for children who are visiting their incarcerated parent:
• Books (K-12)
• Coloring books
• Colored pencils
Donation drop locations:
• Volunteer Center Desk, Hunsaker University Center, first floor
• Armacost Library, second floor lobby
Description: Rev. Dr. Laurie Garrett-Cobbina, Dean of San Francisco Theological Seminary (SFTS) Keynote Preacher at Grace Cathedral of San Francisco. For more information, visit Sunday Services at https://www.redlands.edu/mlkinterfaith/
Location: Hunsaker University Center Lobby.
Hosted by: Student Involvement and Success
Description: Hang out at Hunsaker's first floor to see images of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the various facets of his life.
Location: Multicultural Center, Hunsaker University Center, first floor
Hosted by: The Office for Inclusion and Community
Description: Create your peace walk solidarity poster that expresses the unrest that you are holding space for at Thursday's MLK Peace Walk.
Location: Armacost Library, second floor
Hosted by: Hosted by Office of Community Service Learning and Armacost Library
Description: Help us make no-sew blankets for kids
Location: Hunsaker University Plaza Fountain
Hosted by: Office of Community Service Learning and Black Students, Faculty, Staff, Administrators, and Alumni Association [BSFSAAJ]
Description: Design luminaries and light up the fountain with the Bulldog community's aspirations to build a brighter future. Hear inspirational music and readings about Dr. King's work and legacy!
Location: Zoom: redlands.edu/MLKDayofDialogue
Meeting ID: 816 8489 0487
Hosted by: The School of Education Center for Educational Justice
Description: Join The Center for Educational Justice for a panel discussion on the impact of global settler colonialism and how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s activism and scholarship speak back to the impact settler colonialism has on us - physically, psychologically, intellectually, environmentally, and spiritually.
Hosted by: Black Students, Faculty, Staff, Administrators, and Alumni Association [BSFSAAJ and University of Redlands Staff Assembly [URSA).
Description: Come rain or shine the U of R community will stand in peace and solidarity for inter-reflection amid the trauma that is occurring nationally and internationally.
Wear: Maroon and Grey
Bring: A visual representation (e.g., poster) that illustrates what you are standing for in peace.
Location: Meditation Room (Larsen 210)
Hosted by: Rev. Dr. Darrell J. Wesley
Description: Following Thursday’s Peace Walk, please Join us in the Meditation Room (Larsen 210) for a time of contemplative reflection on the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. with Rev. Dr. Darrell J. Wesley of Redlands First United Methodist Church.
Location: Bulldog Room, Hunsaker University Center, second floor
Hosted by: Ken Grcich, Dean of Students
Description: Join us for the interactive screening of "King In The Wilderness," a powerful documentary about the final 18 months of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life.
Check out the variety of resources and programs centered around Non-Violence education training at the King Center, founded by Coretta Scott King.
The MLK Steering Committee, which is to be comprised of students, staff, and faculty from across the university, will seek to accomplish the following goals:
For more information about the Steering Committee please reach out to Monique Stennis: email@example.com.