Join us for More than Just a Dreamer: The Relevancy of Dr. King and Civil Rights in the Age of Black Lives Matter Social Justice in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
To inform ourselves of the cause of racism and what we can do to fight it requires learning from the past, finding and unifying our voices, and implementing a plan. Racism isn’t something we should fear, it’s something we should fight. What would we accomplish if we had no fear?
11:30 AM Welcome & Acknowledgments; Lunch Served
11:50 AM Performance by Rodney Page
12:15 PM “More Than Just a Dreamer: The Relevancy of Dr. King and Civil
Rights in the Age of Black Lives Matter Social Justice”
– Keynote speaker: Theodore S. Ransaw, PhD*
1:30 PM Student Panel/My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Scholars
2:20 PM Performance by Rodney Page
2:30 PM Closing Remarks
*Eligible for 1 social work CECH
The event is $5 for those seeking CECHs and FREE for everyone else.
Register here: http://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/register.php