The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, January 18, 2021 marks the birthday of of the Civil Rights leader’s life and legacy and is celebrated with different events and as the day of service.
Our offices will be closed on that day.
If Not Now, When?: Revisiting “The Other America”
JANUARY 13–15, 2021.
Please join the William E. Pannell Center for Black Church Studies for our 2021 virtual celebration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as we revisit his speech “The Other America.” This speech describes two Americas functioning simultaneously in a period of heightened and controversial military activity during the Vietnam War. Dr. King details the lived reality of the triple ghetto––race, poverty, and human misery––African Americans faced. We will revisit these evocative constructs in light of our contemporary context and ask the bitter questions of when change must take place, and how.
This event is free however, registration is required to access event viewing links.
View event schedule and register at fuller.edu/mlk/
African American History and Culture Museum Virtual event: The People’s Holiday.
Events hosted by The King Center: The Center for Nonviolent Social Change.
MLK Day Celebration 2021 at California African American Museum (CAAM).