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MLK Day the ADP Way 2016

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The Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. once remarked that “The time is always right to do what is right.” This sentiment remains as true today as it was when he first said it. Our work to make our society — our very democracy — the inclusive, racially, socially and economically just set of communities that Dr. King envisioned has, unfortunately, only just begun. ADP campuses across the country are committed to helping students become the informed, engaged citizens that will work toward this more just society. Take a quick look at how just a few of them commemorated this special day. And then let us know how you and your campus continue to make Dr. King’s dream a reality.

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Illinois State University
An Illinois State University alumnus shared his diary reflection written after teaching the day after Dr. King’s 1968 assassination. Read more here.

St. Cloud State University (Minn.)
SCSU held a CARE MLK breakfast and a day of service.

University of Arkansas – Fort Smith
UAFS’s ADP hosted a series of events to commemorate MLK day, including: a ministerial alliance prayer service, a parade, an awards banquet, an ecumenical service, a breakfast and discussion panel, a symbolic march and the annual ADP unsung heroes program

Weber State University (Utah)
Week of service and Free MLK Breakfast & Freedom March Jan 18 @ 8:30 a.m. THEME: The Fierce Urgency of Now.. Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline.

Winona State University (Minn.)
The American Democracy Project held a democratic deliberation aligned with its theme of economic inequality. WSU students moderated the deliberation by following the Making Ends Meet guide and collected feedback for Public Voice in Washington, D.C. in May.

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