MLK Jr. and Coretta Scott King Commemorative Week of Human Rights and Social Justice Events 

The Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King Commemorative Week of Human Rights and Social Justice features collaborative programs with Agnes Scott organizations and departments.


Faith Service 
Sunday, January 13
1 - 2:30 p.m. 
A faith service in honor of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with Angela M. Johnson, M.Div.
Julia Thompson Smith Chapel
Tuesday, January 15 
1 - 2 p.m. 
InFocus is an intercultural dialogue series where students share opinions, ideas, critiques, and social commentary. This month's topic will explore race and culture.
Luchsinger Lounge, Main Floor, Alston 
I Too, Dream 
Wednesday, January 16 
1 - 2p.m. 
In this interactive visioning and craft event, students are invited to reflect on the world that they wish to see and the things that they want to change and/or improve in our society.
Trailblazer Lounge, Alston 306
Servant Leadership Training 
Thursday, January 17 
1- 2 p.m. 
This training provides student leaders and those interested in leadership with the skills and knowledge that center the idea of leadership around being in service to our communities.
Lower Evans, A, B and C
Racialization of Religion 
Thursday, January 17 
6 - 8 p.m. 
This dialogue-based event explores the ways in which religion is racialized in our society and the ways in which the racialization of religion impacts individuals and communities.
Luchsinger Lounge
MLK Day of Leadership and Service 
Monday, January 21 
9:30 - 5:00 p.m. 
This day-long event will feature a panel of change agents and provide opportunities for students to engage in service with local community partners.
Evans Terrace Level 
Dolores Film Screening 
Tuesday, January 22 
7- 9 p.m. 
This film demonstrates the enormous contribution that Dolores Huerta has made to the farmworker and labor justice movement, making her one of the most defiant feminists of the twentieth century.
Frances Bailey Graves Auditorium, Room 128  
Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration stories from an Atlanta High School 
Thursday, January 24 
7 - 9 p.m. 
Green Card Youth Voices is a panel that features the personal narratives, challenges, and triumphs of immigrant youths and explores the ways that immigration impacts our culture and history.
Frances Bailey Graves Auditorium 
APEX Museum 
Saturday, January 26
10 a.m. 
Join COSMO and the Center for Global Diversity and Inclusion on a trip to the APEX Museum. The mission of the African-American Panoramic Experience (APEX) Museum is to accurately interpret and present history from an African-American perspective in order to help all American and International visitors better understand and appreciate the contributions of African-Americans to America as well as the world.
Center for Civil and Human Rights