Community partner event hosted by Second Baptist Church. For more information, please visit www.thevillagesbc.org or call 909-793-1074.
Join students, faculty, staff, and community members as we walk in solidarity of peace and reflect on on the meaning of our theme: "The Time is Always Right to Do What is Right." Hosted by the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Steering Committee and the following classes participating in the walk: Professor Susan Goldstein (Psychology of Prejudice), Professor Kathie Jenni (Ethics and Law), Professor Priya Jha (African Literature), Professor Celine Ko (Health Psychology), Professor Sana Tayyen (Islam in America), Professor Jennifer Tilton (Intro to Race and Ethnic Studies), and Professor Renee Van Vechten (Intro to American Politics).
The Center for Educational Justice (CEJ) invites you to engage in conversation with faculty, students, and community members about the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and bell hooks. Specifically, we will explore the role of community as a space to explore and honor differences, as we work toward liberation for all peoples. Hosted by U of R School of Education Center for Educational Justice.
Join the office of Community Service Learning as we light up the fountain with aspirations to build a brighter future submitted by the Bulldog community. To celebrate Dr. King's values of community and education, Jasper's Corner tutors and tutees will perform a reading of a children's book. Hosted by Community Service Learning.
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:
Jennifer Dobbs, Strategic Communications; Katie Estrella, Student Involvement and Success; Heaven Rivera, Transfer Student Success; Maggie Ruopp, Johnston Center for Integrative Studies; Jenni Sacor '23; Erin Sanborn, Student Involvement & Success; Monique Stennis, Campus Diversity & Inclusion; Jillian Strong, Student Success; Peter Tupou, Campus Diversity & Inclusion; Kathryn Wood, Student Employment; and, Kim Womack, Academic Affairs.