Annual MLK Event Features Dr. Steve Perry

“We are inevitably our brother's keeper because we are our brother's brother.” Those eternal words by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. provided the main question at the University of West Georgia’s sixth annual Dr. Martin Luther King program. Themed “Are We One Another’s Keeper?,” the event, which was hosted by the Center for Diversity and Inclusion and Honors College and Advanced Academy, was organized to mark the 2015 MLK Day as well as celebrate and reiterate his legacy of equality and justice for all. UWG senior Jeremiah Morton, a member of the African American Male Initiative and Black Men Encouraging Success, emceed the program. Dr. Micheal Crafton, UWG’s provost and vice president for Academic Affairs gave the welcome address to the audience and extolled the importance of upholding Dr. King’s philosophy of brotherhood, which is as important now as it was during the Civil Rights era. 


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