January 2012

The memory of Martin Luther King Jr. was alive at DePaul in January as hundreds of students, faculty and staff commemorated his devotion to equality and social justice in a series of events across campus. Radio personality and activist Warren Ballentine was the keynote speaker at a prayer breakfast hosted by the Center for Intercultural Programs. Next up was a lecture and panel discussion with LaVonna Blair Lewis of the University of Southern Californiaís Sol Price School of Public Policy, sponsored by the College of Law. The festivities concluded with a discussion featuring Lewis V. Baldwin, noted King scholar and professor of religious studies at Vanderbilt University. ​​​​​​​​​​