Save the Date - February 2015
MLK Commemorative Presentation
Read Prof., Trethewey's tribute to Maya Angelou
We are looking for poster submissions from current UNH students to serve as the main art for campus and state-wide publicity for this year's event.
MLK Celebrations through the Years
Event cancelled due to weather
Theme: "Are You Making Your Mark?"
Theme: "The Politics of Wealth and Social Justice
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|Theme: "Combating Hate: Hope to Action"|
Keynote Speaker: Morris Dees
Theme: "Art as Struggle and Exultation"
Theme: "One in 100 Dismantling a Prison Nation"
Theme: "Holler if You Hear Me: Race, Culture and Democracy"
Theme: From Poverty to Empowerment a Call to Action
Theme: "Lift Every Voice"
Theme: "Each One, Reach One: To Act, Inspire, and Lead"
Theme: "Sharing the Dream: Peace, Equity and Change"
Theme: "The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr."
Keynote Speaker: Joseph L. White, his speech is titled "The Spoken Voice of Martin Luther King: Once Again the Trumpet Sounds". Sisters in Step, UNH vocal group Soul Sistahs and the UNH women's a cappella singing group, provided entertainment with Rev. Arthur Hilson giving the invocation. and Rev. Larry Brickner-Wood offering the benediction.
Keynote Speaker: Rev. Eugene Rivers III, Prof Harvard Divinity School.
Keynote Speaker: Yolanda King urged individuals to create social change by accepting diversity. Event was held at Field House, opening remarks provided by Rev. Arthur Hilson and select songs were performed from gospel choirs of Emmanuel Baptist Church of Malden Mass and the New Hope Baptist Church
Keynote Speaker: Juan Williams discussed the role of race in national politics. Event also included a performance by the New York City Gospel Choir and UNH performers Sisters in Step
Keynote Speaker: Maya Angelou held at Whittemore Center with over 4,000 people in attendance. Other events included candlelight march led by Tito Jackson Student Body President, student dance and song performances
Keynote Speaker: Coretta Scott King "The Dream is Still a Dream: His Legacy Continues" over 3,200 people attended the event held in Whittemore Center which was also broadcast on NH Public Radio and Channel 4 Boston
Theme: "Remaining Awake Through A Great Revolution - Keeping Faith"
Keynote Speaker: Randall Robinson civil rights activist. Voices of New Hope Choir and Seacoast Gospel Choir providing songs of hope. A candlelight march was also led by members of the Black Student Union
Theme: "Eyes on the Prize: Keeping the Dream Alive in New Hampshire"
Keynote Speaker: Julianne Malveaux civil rights activist, economist and author spoke on "Keeping the Slain Civil Rights Leader's Dream Alive".
Theme: "Living the Dream"
A candlelight march commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr was held on January 28, 1991
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