Center for Inclusion and Campus Involvement

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Week

Stay Woke

Stay Woke

Check out the schedule for MLK Week, below!

Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Vigil

Tiedtke Concert Hall
Monday, January 21st
Our Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Week kicks off with a commemorative celebration celebrating the life and impact of Dr. King, Jr. The MLK Vigil this year challenges you to stay involved social justice issues, with the theme “Stay Awake”. This year’s event will include dance from the Dawn Branch Works, a nationally recognized dance company and the keynote presentation by Judge Victoria Pratt, criminal justice reform activist and nationally recognized expert in procedural justice and alternative sentencing.

Artist Talk with Jason Lazarus

Tuesday, January 22nd         
Cornell Fine Arts Museum
Presented by the Rollins College Department of Art and Art History
Jason Lazarus produces projects that engage with “researching and imaging private, marginalized, and nascent public histories in order to recast their relationship to the public through discourse, display, and exchange by employing authored and found images, site-specific installations, and curating publicly-sourced stable and live archives.”

Jason Lazarus is an Assistant Professor of Art and Art History at the University of South Florida and an MFA Low Residency Program Mentor with the School of the Art Institute Chicago. Learn more about this Thomas P. Johnson Visiting Scholar’s work at

Beyond the Hashtag: The Black Lives Matter Movement

Thursday, January 24th
Suntrust Auditorium
People tend to fear what they do not understand. Join us in an open dialogue diving into what is at the root of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. All are welcome.

MLK Day of Service

Saturday, January 26th, 9:00AM Departure
Alfond Sports Center Complex Parking Lot
Meeting at the Alfond Sports Center at 8:30AM, leaving at 9:00AM. We will be doing service at Tangelo Park Elementary School. Make sure to sign up on the WeJoinIn registration form. Please contact for more details.