Attendees gathered in the Zoellner Arts Center and joined via Zoom for the annual celebration.
Volunteers took part in the national observance by helping local organizations in their missions.
A virtual, hour-long discussion will focus on ‘Black Excellence: Teaching the Next Generation.’
The mid-day event asked attendees to reflect on Martin Luther King Jr.’s plea for nonviolence.
Lehigh community gathers to recognize three decades of Umoja on campus.
MLK Justice Panel discusses the evolution of campus activism.
The best-selling author urges listeners to be engaged in the struggle for social justice.
Keynote lecture will be held Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 7 p.m. at Zoellner Arts Center.
The late afternoon event in Williams Global Commons is first in a series of MLK Justice Panels.
The women’s rights icon delivered the university’s MLK address to a packed house in Baker Hall.