test 2017
Check out this year's poster!

James L. Farmer, Jr., leader and activist of the Civil Rights Movement, highlighted the true process of social change when he stated, “Anyone who said they weren’t afraid during the civil rights movement was either a liar or without imagination. I was scared all the time. My hands didn’t shake, but inside I was shaking.” In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and countless others who chose to vacate their comfort zones and stand for a cause, this year’s MLK Week challenges us to redefine the definition of fear and its role in the fight for freedom and equality. As individuals (and a community), we must remember to never be deterred by fear, as it is an essential milestone in successfully combating systematic racism and oppression. This year’s theme will challenge you to redefine, persevere, and overcome the urge to fear everything and run, but rather Face Everything And Rise.

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  • February 22
  • 2:22 PM
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  • This is another test
  • October 1
  • 2:30 PM
  • East High to Kingsbury Hall
Thank you to our committe members and sponsors!
  • Committee Members:
  • Teshia Griswald-Koffi
  • Frances Battle
  • Steven Bell
  • Ella Blanchard
  • Cha McNeil
  • Matthew Wong
  • Eric Nhem
  • Franci Taylor
  • Meligha Garfield
  • JaTara Smith
  • Kaya Aman
  • Feleti Matagi
  • Emily Pantoja
  • Sheena McFarland
  • Kadija Mohamed
  • Sponsors:
  • Teshia Griswald-Koffi
  • Frances Battle
  • Steven Bell
  • Ella Blanchard
  • Cha McNeil
  • Matthew Wong
  • Eric Nhem
  • Franci Taylor
  • Meligha Garfield
  • JaTara Smith
  • Kaya Aman
  • Feleti Matagi
  • Emily Pantoja
  • Sheena McFarland
  • Kadija Mohamed