MLK Week TeaMLK Week Teahttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/161751Ira DeA. Reid House 2011-01-20T19:00:002011-01-20T21:00:00
January 20,2011 7:00PM–9:00PM
Ira DeA. Reid House
Join students, faculty and staff for a roundtable tea and conversation on Martin Luther King Jr.
Join students, faculty and staff for a roundtable tea and conversation on Martin Luther King Jr. , the age of Obama, the status of civil rights and racial injustice in America today, and more. Bring questions and an open mind. All are invited!
Part of Haverford College’s Annual Martin Luther King Week
Join us for a week dedicated to honoring Dr. King’s legacy and promoting dialogue about civil rights. This year’s theme is MLK In the Age of Obama. What is Dr. King’s relevance today? Are we truly in a post-racial society? How do issues of race, diversity, multiculturalism, and civil rights play out in our nation with our new President Obama? What about on Haverford’s campus?
January 17 – 21, 2011 (the week after Winter Break)
Keynote Speaker Dr. Lucius Outlaw
Monday, 17 January, 2011: 7:30 pm / Sharpless Auditorium
Community Conversation With Dr. Lucius Outlaw
Tuesday 18 January, 2011: 12 pm / Multicultural Center (Stokes 106)
MLK Week Tea
Thursday, 20 January, 2011: 7 pm / Ira DeA Reid House (BCC)
ART in the Age of Obama
All week in the Multicultural Center (Stokes 106)
Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, Student Activities Office, the Deans Office, the Affinity Groups Coalition, Quaker Affairs Office, Africana Studies, and the Office of the President.
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