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Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
The objectives for Oregon State University's celebration are simple, but important. They are
- Provide opportunities for our community to learn about and reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. King and collaboratively envision ways to carry his work forward.
- Provide opportunities for our community to participate in an impactful, inclusive, and engaging celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. King.
The planning team is made up of stakeholders (students, staff, and faculty) who are engaged in planning a celebration that will be meaningful and inclusive, and that will provide opportunities for our community to come together in celebration, in reflection, and in service. The planning process is open to anyone who would like to lend their voice and their energy to make this year's celebration meaningful and impactful. Please contact the Office of Equity and Inclusion if you would like to participate.
(31st Annual Peace Breakfast)
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration 2013 events was coordinated and sponsored by the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and the Office of the President.
Here was the schedule of the 2013 Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration calendar of events (.pdf)
The Annual Peace Breakfast was in the MU Ballroom on Monday, January 21, 2013.
Photographs from the 31st Annual Peace Breakfast can be accessed on the OSU Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Facebook page.
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Each year, the Phyllis S. Lee Award and the Frances Dancy Hooks Award are presented in conjunction with the Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Breakfast. Learn more about the awards.
(President Ed Ray with 2013 Phyllis S. Lee Award Recipient, Mike O'Malley, and 2013 Frances Dancy Hooks Award Recipient, Agustin Vega-Peters)