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2018 MLK Day Community Events

In addition to these community events, members of the St. Norbert  College community participate in numerous opportunities. Check them out!

Brown County Community Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday
Monday, Jan.15, 2018 
10:30 am-Noon

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College 
Theme: "The Time is Always Right to do What's Right"
22nd Annual Community Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday

A free event for all ages and cultures!

For more information about the celebration visit:

Students in kindergarten through 12th grade from Brown County and the Oneida Nation are invited to participate in a poster/essay/poetry contest that shares this year's theme,
"The Time Is Always Right To Do What Is Right." Entries are due at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 3, 2018. Contest winners will be announced at the celebration. 
See Brown County MLK poster entry form and rules for K-12 students
 Divine Temple Church of God in Christ
Monday, Jan.15, 2018 11:00am-1:00pm Martin Luther King, Jr. Service at Divine Temple Church of God in Christ, 425 Cherry Street, Green Bay
Fox Cities MLK Day Program
Monday, Jan. 15, 2018

Lawrence University
Flint Water Crisis: A Crisis of Democracy and Drive Towards Privatization
Claire McClinton is a grassroots organizer from Flint, Michigan, who has been working toward labor rights and fighting again poverty in her city for decades. She has been a key organizer throughout the Flint Water Crisis, and she will be speaking on how the events in her city affect the entire country. She will speak about ethical community engagement, and about her experiences as a grassroots organizer. 

You can watch one of her speeches from May 2016 on the Flint Water Crisis here.

Information can be found on the Lawrence University website.

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