San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
January 19, 2015 from 10am to 12pm in Lincoln Park Student Center #120AB The breakfast will be held on Monday,
Keynote speaker, Dr. Bettina Love will discuss the role of the Hip Hop generation (i.e., those born between 1965-1984) in bridging the gap between the Civil Rights generation and the millennial generation, as folks fighting for justice embark on and imagine a new Civil Rights Movement after the killing of Mike Brown, Ferguson's resistance, and the quest for human rights. In addition, the event will include a theatrical performance by the DePaul Theatre School, student performances and a speech by the winner of the third Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast Speech Contest.
“This year, the Center for Intercultural Programs is thankful to partner with the DePaul Student Food Pantry to help stock their pantry for the many DePaul students who live with food insecurity. If you are able and willing please bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast. There will be DePaul students and volunteers on hand to accept donations. Thank you for supporting the DePaul community!”
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Center for Identity, Inclusion & Social Change
The Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change provides integrative educational experiences for students, faculty, and staff to facilitate critical conversations around race, gender, sexuality, social justice, and the interplay of power and identity. The Center nurtures collaborative partnerships to foster an inclusive campus environment through student engagement, community building and identity-conscious leadership development. The Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change provides advocacy and support for students experiencing interpersonal, intrapersonal and systemic oppression.