MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY + BLACK HISTORY MONTH

A Virtual Celebration

HOSTED BY

DIVERSITY STUDENT PROGRAMS & OFFICE OF

DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

WELCOME

Welcome to our webpage for ESU events and exhibits to commemorate the great life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and American Black History. Please check back regularly as we update and add information. Does your office or department have something to contribute? Contact us at ttaylorw@emporia.edu Teresa Williams, Director of Diversity Student Programs.

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We know there is a lot going on in the climate of our nation right now and ESU is committed to ensuring our students have a safe space to discuss how these events have impacted their lives. Consider joining us at the Racial Healing Safe Space Group on Tuesday nights at 5pm starting January 26th. This group is co-lead by Diversity Student Programs and the Student Wellness Center Counseling Services. Group information and registration is available through Canvas.

 WEEKLY EVENT 

RACIAL HEALING SAFE SPACE GROUP

Every TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2021  5:00 PM through TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 2021

PRESENTED BY ESU DIVERSITY STUDENT PROGRAMS AND STUDENT WELLNESS

UPCOMING EVENTS

MLK Tribute Message from Young Alumni, Ralvell Rogers II

JANUARY 27, 2021 at 12:00 PM

PRESENTED BY ESU ALUMNI

Social Media Trivia Day

JANUARY 18, 2021 - ALL DAY ON SOCIAL MEDIA!

PRESENTED BY ESU FINANCIAL AID

Black History Month Virtual Exhibit: Black Emporian Educators

AVAILABLE NOW!

PRESENTED BY ESU SPECIAL COLLECTIONS & ARCHIVES

Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. with esteemed film director and screenwriter Kevin Willmott

JANUARY 28, 2021  7:00 PM

PRESENTED BY ESU DIVERSITY STUDENT PROGRAMS + ETHNIC AND GENDER STUDIES + ENGLISH, MODERN LANGUAGES, AND JOURNALISM + HONORS COLLEGE

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What We Learn From Black History

AVAILABLE NOW

PRESENTED BY ESU SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT

Leadership in the Midst of Chaos: An MLK/Kansas Leadership Center Discussion with Adrion Roberson

FEBRUARY 2, 2021  3:00-4:30 PM

PRESENTED BY ESU DIVERSITY STUDENT PROGRAMS, HONORS COLLEGE, & OFFICE OF DIVERSITY, EQUITY, & INCLUSION

Black History Month: Student Painting Event

FEBRUARY 9, 2021  7:00 PM

PRESENTED BY STUDENT ART THERAPY ORGANIZATION AND UNION ACTIVITIES COUNCIL

ESU Alumni Diversity Talks: Ralvell Rogers II

FEBRUARY 11, 2021. 1O:00 AM

PRESENTED BY ESU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION + OFFICE OF DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

Student Art Exhibit

FEBRUARY 11 - FEBRUARY 28, 2021

PRESENTED BY ESU STUDENT ART THERAPY ORGANIZATION

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EVENT TO BE RESCHEDULED

PRESENTED BY DIVERSITY STUDENT PROGRAMS

Black History Month: Family Feud Trivia Team Contest

SCHEDULE TO BE DETERMINED

PRESENTED BY BLACK STUDENT UNION

Great Depression Novel, Great Quarantine Read: Claude McKay's Romance in Marseille (Presentation and Q&A)

FEBRUARY 24, 2021  6:00 PM

PRESENTED BY ETHNIC AND GENDER STUDIES

EGSTalk Registration: Transforming the City: How the Florida A&M University Marching 100 Reconstruction Race and Place through Celebratory Performances

FEBRUARY 26, 2021  3:00 PM

PRESENTED BY ETHNIC AND GENDER STUDIES

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