Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

Monday, Feb 13, 2023 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Building a Compassionate Community 2023 MLK Celebration

2023 Celebration - Building a Compassionate Community
As we strive to recognize and emulate Dr. King’s legacy, our goal for the annual MLK Celebration is to honor and celebrate his life and work so that members of our community may:

- Be cognizant of and value his transformational politics and actions, the broader context of his leadership in the civil rights movement, and the ongoing power of this legacy;
- Be inspired and motivated to apply Dr. King’s philosophy and approach to our own lives and work; and
- Be called to address the causes and impact of social inequality and injustice—individually, locally, and globally.
- We invite you to join us and hope that that this year’s programming, inspired by Dr. King’s life and legacy, provides opportunities for learning, for reflection, and for hope.


1pm - 2pm: Critical Dialogues: Black Student Experiences

Join us for a dialogue about the experiences of Black students as we observe Black Legacy Month at Dartmouth.

The Critical Dialogues series provides a venue for faculty and staff to hear the perspectives of students from marginalized identity groups at Dartmouth. These moderated panels give participants the chance to reflect on issues of privilege, equity, and inclusion at Dartmouth while centering student voices.

Please register:

This event is being held in person. If you are sick, please do not attend. If you cannot attend in person due to illness or disability, please email us at least 48 hours in advance at to make alternate arrangements. While we cannot promise an equivalent remote experience, we are happy to accommodate. Thank you!

Location: DCAL (Baker Library 102)