NEWS & MEDIA
MLK speaker: Today's civil rights fight 'too familiar'(The News & Observer)
Jealous urges people to choose change (Durham Herald-Sun)
The common good: College students spend MLK Day serving the community (Durham Herald-Sun)
Ben Jealous urges MLK audience to change the world (Duke Today)
Annual DCRI MLK Day Celebration (Youtube - Duke Clinical Research)
Field hockey gives back on MLK Day (GoDuke)
Jan. 19 // Benjamin Jealous,
former national president
and CEO of the NAACP
to Speak at Duke's MLK Program
Time: 3 p.m. Duke Chapel
Free and open to the public
Free Parking -- Bryan Center Parking Garage
Live webcast: chapel.duke.edu/
Jan. 20 // MLK Million Meals Project
Time: 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Phail Wynn Jr. Student Services Center, Durham Technical Community College
1637 E. Lawson St., Durham, N.C.
Jan. 21 / / Duke Clinical Research Institute's MLK Day Celebration
Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
Lower Level Lecture Hall, 2400 Pratt St.
Dr. Delbert R. Wigfall, keynote speaker,
on “How Far We've Come…”
Live webcast: bit.ly/dcriMLK14
CELEBRATING THE PAST, CHARTING THE FUTURE
Listen to clips from King's 1964 speech
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at Duke in Page Auditorium Nov. 13, 1964.
See which civil rights leaders have addressed the Duke Community.
Durham City/County Commemoration
Rev. Luke Powery, dean of the Duke Chapel, delivers the address at Durham's annual employee MLK commemoration.
Persons with disabilities who anticipate needing accommodations or who have questions about physical access may contact Sharon Caple at 684-8353