I am honored to be speaking at the event held by FSU to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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Florida State University will honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. during its 33rd Annual MLK Week from Monday, Jan. 18, through Friday, Jan. 22. The weeklong celebration will feature a range of events, including virtual offerings, inspired by the theme “The Black Women in Our Lives.”
The goal of the week is to bring the FSU and Tallahassee communities together to reflect on the past and support one another to engage in social justice action and advocating for the civil rights of all.
Tuesday, Jan. 19
“Black Faces, White Spaces” Dialogue Panel, 1 – 2:30 p.m. via Zoom
FSU Sustainable Campus will host a dialogue about the book “Black Faces, White Spaces” that focuses toward reimagining and transforming the relationship that people with Black identities have with outdoor environments created for people with White identities.
An Evening with Barbara Reynolds, 6:30 p.m. via Zoom
Annie Grier, FSU’s senior coordinator for Diversity & Inclusion, will host the annual celebration, which will include the presentation of the MLK Book Stipend awards, the faculty and staff Distinguished Service Awards and performances by the College of Music. A conversation with Barbara Reynolds will be facilitated by Shantel Buggs of the Department of Sociology. Reynolds’ most notable work is “My Life, My Love, My Legacy,” Coretta Scott King’s memoir as told to Reynolds.
Check out the full list of speakers and more information at: https://www.tallahassee.com/story/life/2021/01/13/fsu-honors-legacy-33rd-annual-martin-luther-king-jr-week/6652833002/
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