Westminster College’s evolving efforts to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are anchored in his powerful words: “Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education.”
Intelligence and character are pillars of a Westminster education and experience. They are embedded in Westminster’s college-wide learning goals, Diversity Statement, and our commitment to inclusivity.
Each January, Westminster holds a week of events celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy that provides opportunities to connect and have conversations about diversity, community, and engagement.
Documentary Film Screening of "After Selma" (2 Showtimes)
Jan 23, 2020
Noon-1 PM | Malouf 201
5:30-7:30 PM | Gore Auditorium
Each year, Westminster holds a week of events celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy with opportunities to connect and have conversations about diversity, community, and engagement. Visit westminstercollege.edu/mlk
for more information.
Attendance is free. For disability accommodations, please email email@example.com
at least five (5) business days prior to the event.
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About the MLK Celebration
While the state of Utah lagged for decades in officially acknowledging Martin Luther King Jr. Day, dedicated Westminster campus community members mobilized, strategized, and at times organized with other universities to acknowledge and celebrate Dr. King’s work and commitment to social justice.
In recent years, Westminster’s activities have grown to include a rally and march in the Sugar House neighborhood, a Day of Service, a keynote address, and a luncheon to recognize those among us who are actualizing diversity, equity, and inclusion in their circles of influence. The MLK Celebration advances the talk and action toward building healthy, respectful, and brave living and learning communities for all.
Westminster honors Dr. King’s life and legacy as a leading activist to gain equal civil and human rights for African Americans and all who suffered social, economic, educational, and legal injustice.