Kennesaw State University celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. each year during MLK Week. This year's theme is "Building Bridges not Barriers".
2021 MLK Week Schedule of Events
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Program TitleDate, Time, LocationDescription
Annual MLK Celebration
Rev. Harold Middlebrook
Rev. Harold Middlebrook, activist and friend of Dr. King, delivers an inspirational keynote address on the importance of community.
MLK Day of Service
8am - 4pm
Kennesaw Campus and Virtual
KSU's fraternities and sororities invite students to commit to a day of service in honor of Dr. King. Students can register and select their service site for the day.
Six Voices: Celebrating Dr. King Reflection
Noon - 1:30pm
(live-stream)Six KSU community members from different backgrounds reflect on Dr. King's legacy.
MLK Week Movie: "Selma"
This event has been postponed.This event has been postponed.
The Community Food Experience
11:00 am - 11:50am
The Community Food Experience simulation helps explore the relationship between poverty and hunger, and illuminates the impact of food insecurity.
6:30pm - 7:30pm
KSU African-American Male Intiative hosts this fun MLK trivia game.
College Students and Social Movements
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Prillaman 1103Panelists from various social movements discuss the links between college students and social activism.
3:30pm - 4:30pm
VirtualAn overview of the FREE benefits offered to faculty and graduate students by the KSU membership to the National Center for Faculty Developlment and Diversity.
Library MLK Virtual Displays
January 14 - 22
In honor of MLK Week, KSU libraries will provide recommended readings and media related to Dr. King in a virtual hub.