Join us for these upcoming events!
Join us on January 20th for a Martin Luther King Celebration featuring guest speaker Bettie Mae Sikes "The Voice of Selma". Bettie is a celebrated icon of the 1960's civil rights movement who marched with King, sang with King, and has a message that is universal, timely and timelessly trans-generational. Her speech is sure to inspire us to action as the MLK Day theme is "It Starts with Me". Dr. Larry Gragg, Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus of history and political science, will be facilitating a Q&A session after.
Location: Leach Theatre
Time: refreshments will be served from 6:00 -6:45 pm, Program begins at 7pm
Admission: canned food or non perishable item
This event is open to the entire community. For additional information click here: BETTIE MAE FIKES
Join us January 25th at 6pm in Bertelsmeyer Hall for dinner and a FREE showing of the Hope Road documentary about child sex trafficking. We will unpack the reality of human trafficking and learn how you can be part of the solution to end it. Live Q&A session with the producer and director. Deadline to register is January 21st. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED: