Kennesaw State University celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. each year during the university's annual MLK Week series. This year's theme is: Speak out about the things that matter. Current information about MLK Week 2020 events can be found below. 

Full MLK Week Schedule of Events

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      Program Title
      Date, Time, Location
      Description
    • Black History Month

      Dr. King Legacy Luncheon

      RSVP Required.

      Please Click Here to RSVP

      Thursday, January 16th

      Noon -1:30pm

      Kennesaw Campus Convocation Center

       

      Join us as we kick off MLK Week with an opening luncheon honoring Dr. King. 

      Keynote Speaker 

      Dr. Adriane Randolph

      Professor of Information Systems
      Executive Director of The BrainLab

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      MLK Day of Service

      Monday, January 20th 

      8am - until

      Various volunteer service sites in metro-Atlanta.

      KSU's NPHC organizations invite students to commit to a day of service in honor of Dr. King. Student's can RSVP and select their service site for the day.

       

    • Six Voices2

      Six Voices Celebrating Dr. King Reflection

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      Tuesday, January 21st 

      Noon - 1:30pm

      Kennesaw Campus University Rooms A&B

       

      Six KSU community members from different backgrounds reflect on Dr. King's legacy. Light lunch will be served.
    • Hidden Figures

      "Hidden Figures" film screening.

      Tuesday, January 21st 

      6:00pm - 8:00pm

      Marietta Campus Ballroom B

      The inspiring tale about the role three African-American women played in the NASA program during the early 60's.
    • poetry slam

      "Living the Dream" Poetry Slam

       

      Thursday, January 23rd

      6:00pm - 8:00pm 

      Kennesaw Campus University Rooms CDE

      A campus-wide social consciousness night of riveting poetry and spoken-word.

       

    • MLK book

      Dr. King Displays

      Thursday, January 16th - 24th

      Sturgis and Johnson Library

      In honor of MLK Week, the KSU Library will showcase recommended readings and media related to Dr. King near the library entrance throughout the week. 

MLK Week 2020 RSVP/Registration Links

  • MLK Portrait

    Dr. King Legacy Luncheon

    Join us as we kick off MLK Week with an opening luncheon honoring Dr. King. 

    Keynote Speaker 

    Dr. Adriane Randolph

    Professor of Information Systems
    Executive Director of The BrainLab

    Thursday, January 16th
    Noon -1:30pm
    Kennesaw Campus Convocation Center

    Student RSVP for the Dr. King Legacy Luncheon
    • Day of Service Emblem

      MLK Day of Service Site Registration

      KSU's NPHC organizations invite students to commit to a day of service in honor of Dr. King. Student's can RSVP and select their service site for the day.

      Monday, January 20th
      Beginning at 8 a.m.
      Locations Vary

      Register for an MLK Day of Service Site

       

      • Six Voice Flyer2

        Six Voices Celebrating Dr. King Reflection

        Six KSU community members from different backgrounds reflect on Dr. King's legacy. Light lunch will be served.

         

        Tuesday, January 21st
        Noon - 1:30pm
        Kennesaw Campus University Rooms A&B

        RSVP for MLK Six Voices
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