MLK educational workshops will provide further learning opportunities related to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
The workshops are listed below. Each workshop begins at 3:15.
The Identity Politics Connection: presented by Women’s and Gender Studies in Barney Davis Board Room
Forum Theatre: Walk in My Shoes: with Megan Lovely and Cheryl McFarren in Burke Black Box Theatre
Phoenix Rising: with Gill Wright Miller in Burton Morgan Room 218
Bodies and Race: Politics of Immigration: Sustained Dialogue in Burton Morgan Lecture Hall
Why Read King?: with Jeff Kurtz in Center for Learning and Teaching
Madiba’s Legacy: with Gabby Nutter in Herrick Hall
Self-Healing Through Guided Meditation: with Tima Kaba in Knapp Performance
Let’s Try This – Designing Solutions for our Own Campus: with Steve Krak in Red Frame Lab
Cost of Poverty Experience: in Roost, Slayter 3rd Floor
Tikkun Olam: the Jewish Approach to Repairing the World: with Moriah Ellenbogen in Shepardson Slayter 400
Race, Sport and Denison: Black Male Perspectives on the World: with Robert Bennett in Slayter Auditorium
For the full schedule of events of to 2019 MLK Schedule of Events