Student Affairs SMU Multicultural Student Affairs

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dream Week 2014

Honoring the Life & Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Schedule of events for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dream Week 2014:

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Saturday
Jan. 18
Parade/March

10:00am
The parade starts at Dallas City Hall and ends at the Fair Park entrance

*Students are encouraged to participate. Contact the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs for more details
multicultural@smu.edu 
Monday
Jan. 20
Day of Service 

7:30 a.m. – 1pm
Breakfast and
Meet at the SMU Service House
3041 Dyer St. Dallas, TX 

Co-sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and Community Engagement and Leadership

Students will have opportunities to serve at Brother Bill's Helping Hand, Dallas Ramp Project, Nexus Recovery Center, Goodwill Industries of Dallas, C.C. Young, autism Treatment Center, and Vickery Meadow Learning Center.

SMU STUDENTS/STAFF/FACULTY ONLY





Wednesday
Jan. 22
Real Talk: Conversations Around Diversity

Real Talk gives students and other members of the SMU Community an opportunity to discuss current, relevant events and the impact they have on diversity, equality and social justice. Through collaborations with academic departments and other departments around the university, Multicultural Student Affairs creates space for open dialogue centered around awareness, education and with varying perspectives.

 

Hughes-Trigg Student Center Portico B-C-D 
Noon


Film Screening: Standing on My Sister's Shoulders

The award-winning documentary "Standing on My Sister's Shoulders" takes on the Civil Rights movement in Mississippi in the 1950’s and 60’s from the point of view of the courageous women who lived it – and emerged as its grassroots leaders. These women stood up and fought for the right to vote and the right to an equal education. They not only brought about change in Mississippi, but they altered the course of American history.



Hughes-Trigg Student Center Forum

8 p.m.

Sponsored by the Women’s Center for Gender and Pride Initiatives and the Women's Interest Network

Thursday
Jan. 23
Commemorative Unity Walk

Gather with SMU President R. Gerald Turner and student leaders to participate in our annual Unity Walk. This time together is a great demonstration of our commitment as a university to the work of Dr. King. 

12:30pm

*Meet at the Hughes-Trigg Commons*


For more information, email multicultural@smu.edu or call 214-768-4578.