Join the Cultural and Community Centers and campus partners as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the annual MLK Week events. 

 2022 MLK Week Schedule of Events

  • Please join us between 9-12pm for our letter writing campaign. We will be sending thank you letters, well wishes, and kind words to friends, family, and community members. Use the following link to join. Contact volunteerksu@kennesaw.edu for any questions or issues. 

    Trivia, games, and music will run throughout the event with prizes up for grabs!
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      Program Title
      Date, Time, Location
      Description
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      MLK Legacy Breakfast

      Annual MLK Celebration

      Keynote Speaker:
      Judge Verda Colvin Associate Justice Georgia State Supreme Court Justice

      January 17th

      Virtual Event

      An annual event hosted by the President's Office that features a keynote address to open the MLK Week events


    • MLK Day of Service

      MLK Day of Service

      In-person service opportunities have been canceled due to inclement weather. 

      January 17th

      9am - 12pm

      Virtual Card Writing Event

      Please join the Department of Student Leadership and Service between for a virtual letter writing campaign. Thank you letters, well wishes, and kind words will be sent to friends, family, and community members in the Kennesaw and Metro Atlanta areas.

      Trivia, games, and music will run throughout the event with prizes up for grabs!

      Contact volunteerksu@kennesaw.edu if you have any questions. 

       

    • Six Voices2

      CARC-Versations: What's the Legacy?

      January 18th

      1pm - 2pm

      Student Center 263

      Staff and students will reflect on Dr. King's legacy during CARC-Versations. 

    • MLK

      MLK Movie Night: 42

      January 18th

      6pm - 9pm

      Marietta Student Center, 2nd Floor Lobby

      Join the Unity Center for a screening of 42, the biographical film about Jackie Robinson, the first black athlete to play in Major League Baseball.

    • Rare Books

      Virtual Coffee with a Curator Program - Printed Works by and About MLK

      January 19th

      10am - 11am

      Virtual Program

      Join the Bentley Rare Book Museum for a virtual event highlighting MLK. 

    • MLK

      QPOC: Celebrating MLK and other leaders of the Civil Rights Movement

      January 19th

      1pm - 2pm

      Student Center 253

      Join the LGBTQ Resource Center for a discussion on the impact of MLK and other leaders on the Civil Rights Movement. 

    • MLK Portrait

      Rare Book Open House - Printed Works by and about  MLK

      January 20th

      1pm - 2pm

       

      Join the Bentley Rare Book Museum for an open house highlighting printed works by and about MLK. 

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