For the most current MLK Symposium information go to www.mlksymposium.umich.edu. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated.
MLK Symposium honors ‘I Have a Dream’ speech >
Keynote speaker Dees witnessed inequalities in rural South >
Speaker Robbins overcame adversity to become social justice leader >
Angela Davis to speak on ‘Impediments to the Dream’ >
King speechwriter knew the man behind the legend >
Taylor to talk on race, poverty and access to food in America >
UM-Dearborn prepares for 20th anniversary of MLK Day of Service >
The rebirth of civil rights: A new movement for a new generation >
Bagenstos to speak on gay rights, civil rights movement >
César Chávez’ granddaughter keeps his legacy alive >
Lecture: Inequities, opportunities in health and pain care >
Natalie Condon, videographer for the Development, Marketing and Communications office at LSA, on her job: “Every project is different, and with each we get to meet a lot of cool people doing amazing things on campus.”
“The Music Lesson” by Caspar Netscher, U-M Museum of Art new acquisition, first floor connector near the museum’s historic wing.