Martin Luther King
Concurrent Social Justice Activities
The Poverty Simulation experience will help participants begin to understand what it might be like to live as a typical low-income family trying to survive from week to week. RSVP is required, click here for information. Approved for LIB 100/201 classes.
Kirkhof Center room 2204
Campus members will read from King’s writings and the works he inspired.
Mary Idema Pew Library multipurpose room
“Crafting for Our Community” participants will engage in upcycling crafts: turning pillowcases into dresses, weaving plastic bags into sleeping mats. These items will be donated to local shelters or health care organizations.
Upcycling is open to children ages 5 and up, but all children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
RSVP is required, click here for more information.
Kirkhof Center rooms 2263, 2266
Panelists discussion (afternoon session only)
Scheduled panelists are Andre Perry, Davenport University; Donald Mitchell Jr., GVSU assistant professor of education; Sherry Johnson, GVSU assistant professor of English and chair of African and African American Studies.
Kirkhof Center room 2270
Documentaries and films showcasing King’s work will be screened.
Kirkhof Center theater
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