(DES MOINES,IA) – On Monday, January 21, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Mercy College of Health Sciences is hosting an MLK Jr. #KeepTheDreamAlive Event and Peace Walk. The event will start on campus at the Sullivan Center, Room 102 from 9am – 12pm.
The event is for students, staff, faculty, and the general public to come together, reflect on Dr. King’s message, and pay tribute to him. The event will end with poster making and a peace walk around campus.
“So much of what Dr. King stood for is still so relevant today. With our students and even faculty and staff, we wanted to show that Dr. King’s message and dream is still alive today,” stated Dr. Joelle Stolte, Program Chair of the Professional Development Committee that created the event.
The January 21 event schedule includes:
9:00 am – Prayer and Reflection
9:30 am – MLK Jr Tribute Video & Discussion
10:30 am – Poster Making for the #KeepTheDreamAlive Peace Walk
11:30 am – “#Keep the Dream Alive” Peace Walk around campus
If you would like more information on Mercy College of Health Sciences’ MLK Jr. #KeepTheDreamAlive Event, please contact Michele Iris firstname.lastname@example.org or RSVP online.
About Mercy College of Health Sciences
Mercy College of Health Sciences is the only private Catholic college in central Iowa and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Located in downtown Des Moines, Mercy College prepares graduates for service and leadership in the healthcare community with a wide-range of bachelor, associate, and certificate programs. Mercy College’s liberal arts and sciences education develops compassionate caregivers and leaders. Visit www.mchs.edu or call (515) 643-3180 to learn more.