Community Conversations: The Relevance of MLK TodayCommunity Conversations: The Relevance of MLK Todayhttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/124651Stokes Multicultural Center2010-01-22T12:30:002010-01-22T13:30:00
January 22,2010 12:30PM–1:30PM
Stokes Multicultural Center
Community Conversations is a joint endeavor of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Student Activities Office, and the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship which fosters open dialogue among members of the Haverford College community. Lively, hour-long issues discussions will be guided by knowledgeable facilitators, including faculty, staff, students and other special guests. Community Conversations will be hosted monthly from 12:30pm-1:30pm, with lunch provided.
Fall semester events will be held in the CPGC Café; Spring semester programs will take place in the Multicultural Center.
This month: The Relevance of MLK Today
2010 MLK Lecturer Mr. James Fletcher will be the guest facilitator.
- What relevance do you think the work of King has for society today?
- How is his work relevant to Haverford today?
- How can college students today carry on King’s work?
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