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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Week

Check out the schedule for MLK Week, below!

The Urgency of Now

Check out the schedule for MLK Week, below!

MLK Sunday Service

Sunday, January 17th

5 - 6 p.m. | Virtual: Please join us via WebEx for an evening of inspiration as various members of the Rollins Community celebrate the legacy of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King via speech and song. This service will incorporate various aspects of his speeches with soul-stirring music woven in. Many of Dr. King’s words still ring true in our world today. 

Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Vigil

Monday, January 18th

6 p.m. | Virtually: Blair Imani is a critically-acclaimed historian, outspoken advocate and activist, and dynamic public speaker. The author of two historical books: Modern HERstory: Stories of Women and Nonbinary People Rewriting History (2018) and Making Our Way Home: The Great Migration and The Black American Dream (2020), she centers women and girls, global Black communities, and the LGBTQ community. She takes education further on Patreon and provides publicly accessible weekly lessons on Instagram. Blair has appeared on Fox News and MSNBC, presented at colleges and universities, spoken at conferences around the world, and delivered powerful talks for organizations and brands including TEDx and GLAAD. 

Learning Group Panel

Tuesday, January 19th

4 P.M. |  Virtual: Join the anti-racism groups for a mid-year update! We will discuss how we have made changes at Rollins College.

Inauguration Day with Democracy Project

Wednesday, January 20th

Noon- 1:30 P.M. | Virtual: Join us for a live broadcast of Inauguration Day speeches!


Wednesday, January 20th

6 P.M. | Virtual:  Join us as we discuss the historical importance of the election results and an open discussion of president and vice president elect.

Art Encounters: Community or Chaos

Thursday, January 21st

Virtual: Click here

In 1967, a year before he was assassinated, Dr. Martin Luther King published his last book, Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? In the text, Dr. King reflects on the social and political changes brought about by the Civil Rights movement and ponders how these could shape the future of American society. Today, more than fifty years later, we continue to revisit the meaning of the choices presented, chaos or community. Amidst recent worldwide protests against racial discrimination and police brutality sparked by the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed African American man, at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis this past May, the works on view in this exhibition take on renewed meaning and urgency.

R- Community Fair

Thursday, January 21st

6 - 8 P.M | Virtual: R-Community Fair will be held virtually from 6:00pm-8:00pm on GetInvolved! This is a great opportunity to find ways to get involved on campus and for student organizations to gain new members!

R- Community Fair

Friday, January 22nd

12:30 - 2 P.M | Virtual: R-Community Fair will be held virtually from 12:30 - 2 pm on GetInvolved! This is a great opportunity to find ways to get involved on campus and for student organizations to gain new members!

Movie Screening: Just Mercy

Friday, January 22nd

8 P.M. | Virtually: CLICK HERE Join us for the screening of Just Mercy! After graduating from Harvard, Bryan Stevenson heads to Alabama to defend those wrongly condemned or those not afforded proper representation. One of his first cases is that of Walter McMillian, who is sentenced to die in 1987 for the murder of an 18-year-old girl, despite evidence proving his innocence. In the years that follow, Stevenson encounters racism and legal and political maneuverings as he tirelessly fights for McMillian’s life.