MLK Evening of Hope and Resistance

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a master orator. He understood that words have power as time-and-time again, he so eloquently used his voice to shed light on injustices. This year, Georgetown University honors Dr. King's legacy of captivating heads, hearts, and hands through an evening of spoken word, poetry, and music highlighting his speech "I’ve Been to the Mountaintop." We hope that through this evening of reflection and artistic expression we can stir imaginations for change and hope for the future. The evening will consist of original spoken word and poetry readings, musical performances from students and organizations, as well as a visual art share. We will also have service activities to support low-income youth, and families. Food will be provided. This event is hosted by the Let Freedom Ring! Initiative of the Office of the President. Register to perform and more information at: csj.georgetown.edu/mlk.

Saturday, February 17 to 9:00pm

Healey Family Student Center, Social Room
3700 O Street NW, Washington, DC 20057

Event Type

Arts

Audience

Students

Departments

Provost, Office of the, Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service

Website

https://csj.georgetown.edu/mlk

Hashtag

##LetGUriseUP

Open to the public and the press?

Yes

Event Contact Name

Whitney Maddox

Event Contact Email

whitney.maddox@georgetown.edu

Accommodations Contact Name

Caitlin Miller

Accommodations Contact Email

Caitlin.Miller@georgetown.edu

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