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2019 MLK Day (Employee Signup) has ended
MLK Day Registration for employees is open until Monday, January 14 at 9:00 am.
MLK Day offers:
The Keynote Address open to the entire community from 8:15 am to 10:00 am
Morning workshops from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Lunchtime conversations in Wetherell from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Afternoon workshops from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Adult Only workshops from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm and from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

You may register to take attendance/chaperone at a student workshop.  Each workshop has a specific limited number of adults needed and is color coded RED.  Note: the time listed in SCHED is 15 minutes prior to start of a session.  You are expected to be on time.  You must also accept a download of the attendance app which will be sent to you from SCHED to your mobile device and bring that device to use to take attendance.  We are not using paper attendance sheets.

You may register to attend selected workshops as an observer.  These have a specific number of seats available for each workshop and are color coded BLUE.

You may also register for any of 3 adult only workshops, color coded BLUE.

The Keynote Address and the table discussions in Wetherell do not require any registration and are color coded GREEN.

If a workshop is marked FULL, please make another selection.  Workshop availability is based on room capacities and other considerations. There is no waitlist and adults will not be added if the workshop is full.
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Friday, January 18
 

8:15am

10:15am

Chaperone/Attendance "Whose movement? Co-opting in Activism Culture" Church SanctuaryFULLMarchae Grair Chaperone/Attendance An Athlete's Voice Hahn RoomFULLChris Ellis Chaperone/Attendance Exonian Encounters GraingerFULLToyin Augustus Chaperone/Attendance Keynote Q & A: Andrea Taylor ForumFULLAndrea Taylor Chaperone/Attendance Love is the Answer Library Harkness TableFULLYaneris Collado • James Mora Chaperone/Attendance Nobody’s Free Until Everybody’s Free: Understanding Intersectionality with/through Fannie Lou Hamer Library 4th Floor Conference RoomsFULLCourtney Marshall Chaperone/Attendance Precious Knowledge (Discussion Facilitator 55 adults NEEDED) Assembly HallLIMITEDJose Gonzalez • Eren McGinnis • Pricila Rodriguez Chaperone/Attendance The Community and the Police Day Student LoungeFULLOfficer Aaron Allston • Michele Holt-Shannon • Officer Chris Houston • Brandon Thomas Chaperone/Attendance “Asian American Activism: Where Do We Fit?” Latin StudyFULLJulie Chung '15 Chaperone/Attendance “Be the Change: Creating a Framework for Action in Arts-based Social-Change Projects” PowellFULLDavid France Chaperone/Attendance “Indigenous & Black Youth Arts Activists.”  Round RoomFULLRachel Rhoades '05 • Mal Ali Chaperone/Attendance “Poetry as Protest/ Making the Invisible Visible” Arts & Crafts Room (EPAC)FULLTheresa Davis Chaperone/Attendance “What Would King Do: Reflections on Historical and Contemporary Social Movements” Church BasementFULLDonna Auston

10:30am

12:00pm

1:15pm

Chaperone/Attendance " Hottentodden" Thrust TheaterFULLCharly Simpson '05 Chaperone/Attendance "Be the Change: Creating a Framework for Action in Arts-based Social-Change Projects" PowellFULLDavid France Chaperone/Attendance "Whose movement? Co-opting in Activism Culture" Church SanctuaryFULLMarchae Grair Chaperone/Attendance An Athlete's Voice HahnFULLChris Ellis Chaperone/Attendance Exonian Encounters GraingerFULLToyin Augustus Chaperone/Attendance Love is the Answer Library Harkness TableFULLYaneris Collado • James Mora Chaperone/Attendance Nobody’s Free Until Everybody’s Free: Understanding Intersectionality with/through Fannie Lou Hamer 4th Fl. LibraryFULLCourtney Marshall Chaperone/Attendance Precious Knowledge (Discussion Facilitator 55 adults NEEDED) Assembly HallLIMITEDJose Gonzalez • Eren McGinnis • Pricila Rodriguez Chaperone/Attendance The Community and the Police Day Student LoungeFULLOfficer Aaron Allston • Michele Holt-Shannon • Officer Chris Houston • Brandon Thomas Chaperone/Attendance “Asian American Activism: Where Do We Fit?” Latin StudyFULLJulie Chung '15 Chaperone/Attendance “In the Shadow of a King; Reverend Fred Lee Shuttlesworth and the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights” Library Commons, Ground FloorFULLAmrita J. Aurora • Sydney Cook • A. Michelle Craig • Calvin Elijah Briggs, Jr. • Emma B. Lindsey • Harrison Massie • Barry McNealy • William Rawson Chaperone/Attendance “Indigenous & Black Youth Arts Activists.”  Round RoomFULLRachel Rhoades '05 • Mal Ali Chaperone/Attendance “Poetry as Protest/ Making the Invisible Visible” Arts & Crafts Room (EPAC)FULLTheresa Davis Chaperone/Attendance “What Would King Do: Reflections on Historical and Contemporary Social Movements” Church BasementFULLDonna Auston

1:30pm

2:00pm