Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2014 Commemorated at Clarkson University





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Published on Jan 21, 2014

Clarkson University commemorated Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2014 with an African Heritage Appreciation celebration. Hosted by the Sustainable Solutions for the Developing World minor, the event included speakers, drummers and dancing, a music workshop, a multi-media show and food samples.

A program on "Acting on Economic and Social Issues of the Developing World" featured speakers with brief personal stories about their experiences in Africa and the connection between economic and social justice. There was also a discussion and question & answer session about the link between economic and social justice, and basic human rights (including Martin Luther King Jr.'s civil rights movement).

Free samples of African food and tea, as well as information about the Sustainable Solutions for the Developing World minor, were available in the Student Center Forum from. The evening meal in the Student Center Servery featured a station with African cuisine, as well as a multi-media show in the dining hall about a trip to Africa.

Read more about Clarkson's minor In Sustainable Solutions For The Developing World at http://www.clarkson.edu/ise/ssdw.html .

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