Sponsored by Africana Studies.
Facilitator: Eric Love, Director of Staff Diversity and Inclusion. This is a two hour interactive program that gives participants an opportunity to share their personal diversity-and-inclusion experiences as well as brainstorm ways to make Notre Dame more welcoming and inclusive for all.
Feast of Blessed Basil Moreau, C.S.C.
Free but ticketed event. Co-sponsored by the Office of the President, Student Diversity Council, and Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures.
Presider: Rev. Richard Wilkinson, C.S.C., Assistant Provincial
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Classes canceled 11:30AM—1:30PM
A lecture by movement co-founders Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi. Sponsored by Multicultural Student Programs and Services.
Presider: Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., University President
Six civil rights era photos and another related exhibit featuring a variety of media celebrating African-American artists, African-American Voices, will be available for viewing until 4 p.m. Admission is free and open to all.
Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Question of ‘Illegal Laws’: Civil Law, Justice, and Morality– delivered by Fr. Dominic Legge. Co-sponsored by The Tocqueville Program, Constitutional Studies Minor, and Food Services.
An opportunity for a campus conversation about building community. Ticket required for entry.
Student, faculty, or staff ND ID required for entry.
Open to all students, food will be provided.
The University of Notre Dame has modified plans for tonight’s midnight march and prayer service due to a forecast of strong winds, dangerous wind-chill conditions and significant snow accumulation.
Martin Luther King Jr Celebration Luncheon 2016: A Campus Conversation
A panel discussion spurred conversation about the opportunities for individual members of the Notre Dame community to "take the next step" in fostering an atmosphere of inclusion on campus.
What’s Your Next Step?
Tweet what you can do to make Notre Dame a more diverse and inclusive community using #NDwalkthewalk.