The Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on January 18, 2021 is the 26th anniversary of the day of service that celebrates his life and legacy. Berkeley College students, faculty and staff are commemorating his impact through social media and virtual events in January.

Dates:  January 18 – 22 
Name: I Have a Dream
Time:  All week
Description:  Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream of equality, respect, acceptance and unity.  Students and associates are invited to share their dreams on the Berkeley College virtual Padlet.
Join Us:

Date:  January 18 
Time:  All day
Name:  Martin Luther King Day of Service
Description:  To commemorate Dr. King’s legacy, volunteer within your local community.  Click on the link to find volunteer opportunities in or near your community:
Join Us:

Dates:  January 18 -21
Name:  Travel Channel – a Journey with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Time:  All week
Description:  The Student Development and Campus Life Travel Channel on Yammer traces Dr. King’s travel through the places he visited during the Civil Rights movement.
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Date:  January 21
Name:  Let’s Chat – What is your Dream?
Time:  5:30 p.m.
Description:  Students are invited to participate in an open discussion about Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech and its relevance in today’s society.  Participants can share their dreams and aspirations as they reflect on the true meaning of equality, respect, acceptance and unity.
Join Us:  https://berkeleycollege.zoom/us/j/9905154738

Meeting ID 969 0515 4738

For questions about these events, please contact Sherrille T. Shabazz, EdD, Associate Dean, Student Development and Campus Life, Berkeley College,

Berkeley College celebrates its 90th anniversary in 2021. The theme commemorating this milestone is “Empowering Lives for 90 Years!” Visit the 90th Anniversary webpage for more information.

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