Come celebrate the life, legacy, and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning, Woman's Resource Center, Center for Black Studies, NGOLD, and Alpha Phi International Women's Sorority will be teaming up for a week of service events honoring Dr. King. We will reflect on the importance of diversity, community service, civic reflection, and social equality for all. This event will take place Tuesday, January 22nd through Friday, January 25th 2013. For more information please contact Joy Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 815-753-8154.
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Project on Civic Reflection: The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Revisited
Sponsored by the Interfaith Challenge Team
Located at the Holmes Student Center: Heritage Room
January 22nd at 7pm-9pm
Advocacy in Action: NIU Cultural Centers
Come learn about the different diverse organizations at NIU!
Sponsored by the Women's Resource Center
Located at the Holmes Student Center: Glass Gallery
January 23rd at 1pm-4pm
A Class Divided (Video Presentation)
Open discussion on social inequality and race relations
Sponsored by the Center for Black Studies
Located at the Center for Black Studies
January 24th at 12pm-3pm
Reading and Leading with the NIU Huskies
Story time with students in local Dekalb Elementary School System
Sponsored by Alphi Phi Women's Sorority
Located in Dekalb School District
January 25th at various times
During the Martin Luther King Jr. Week of Service our committee will be hosting a week long food drive for Salvation Army. Take some time to donate to those in need and drop off non-perishable foods at posted locations and weekly events.
Sponsored by: NIU VISTA, Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning, Interfaith Challenge Team, Women's Resource Center, NGOLD, Center for Black Studies, and Alpha Pho Sorority