2021 Coretta Scott King Center Legacy Celebration: Sisterhood & Social Justice

​“Develop enough courage so that you can stand up for yourself and then stand up for somebody else.”

 

-Maya Angelou

Please plan to join us April 29, 2021, for this event co-hosted by the Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom and Celebrate! Maya Project.

This gathering will celebrate the life and legacy of two American giants, Coretta Scott King (Antioch College Class of 1951) and Maya Angelou, both born in the month of April and both of whom left the world better thanks to their legacy rooted in civil rights, social justice, and the humanities.

This event will be an acknowledgment of—and celebration of—these women’s lifelong works to address America’s historical racial and social injustices through their art, humanities, civil rights and social justice efforts, and a recognition of other Americans whose work closely aligns. 

This celebration will be followed by discussions on how we utilize Mrs. King and Dr. Angelou’s works as blueprints for addressing America’s social injustices and inequalities, and how we measure present and future progress made by local and national groups.

Details about the program will be available soon*, but save the date! This program is free to attend.

 

To Register:  antiochcollege.edu/cskc-legacy-2021

2021 Coretta Scott King Center Legacy Celebration:
Sisterhood & Social Justice