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Jan 15
University of Michigan Diag

Michigan Community Scholars Program Presents: MLK Circle of Unity

On January 15, 2018 from 3-4 p.m. at the University of Michigan Diag. Join hundreds of University and community participants for this annual event celebrating the life of Dr. King and his legacy of racial justice, nonviolence, and unity. There will be performances from students, organizations, and community members. All are welcome: students, staff, faculty, families, and children, as the audience is encouraged to participate as we honor Martin Luther King Jr. through song, dance, and spoken word. The Michigan Community Scholars Program and event co-sponsors from across the University hope to celebrate MLK and his legacy with the community at this 12th Annual Circle of Unity. 

Many University of Michigan departments are co-sponsors of this event, including: the Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs Office (MESA), Spectrum Center, Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), Ginsberg Center, University Housing - Diversity and Inclusion, Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR), the LSA Honors Program, Health Science Scholars Program (HSSP), Women in Science and Engineering Residence Program, Michigan Research Community, The Residential College, Comprehensive Studies Program, Global Studies Program, Lloyd Hall Scholars Program, and University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA).