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Suffolk commemorates MLK, recognizes millennials for continuing legacy

Suffolk commemorates MLK, recognizes millennials for continuing legacy

Dani Marrero

January 22, 2015

The annual commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., an event by Suffolk’s office of diversity services, celebrated King’s legacy as excerpts of his speeches and letters echoed from the walls of the African Meeting House. “As Dr. King wrote in his letter from Birmingham jail,” Chief Diversity and ...

Would Martin Luther King Jr. be proud of Suffolk?

Photo by Dick DeMarsico (Courtesy Library of Congress), courtesy of Suffolk University

Melissa Hanson

January 23, 2014

When Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at a Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University in 1956, he said, “negroes everywhere should refuse in a nonviolent sense to cooperate with the evils of segregation.” The message of equality today now also includes, gender, sexual orientation, and religion, among others....

Annual luncheon honors past, present and future

Annual luncheon honors past, present and future

January 26, 2011

The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was celebrated Thursday through a luncheon in the main ballroom of the Holiday Inn Boston at Beacon Hill. The annual event, hosted by the Office of Diversity Services, provided a cultured experience for both Suffolk students and faculty to come together...

Luncheon honors past, present and future

Luncheon honors past, present and future

Soleil Barros

January 25, 2011

Soleil Barros Journal Staff The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was celebrated Thursday through a luncheon in the main ballroom of the Holiday Inn Boston at Beacon Hill. The annual event, hosted by the Office of Diversity Services, provided a cultured experience for both Suffolk students...

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