The Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Dialogue brings the Kenyon community together on Monday, January 21. This year's program, titled "Yesterday's Dream Today: Contemporary Civil Rights through the Works of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.," will begin with a welcome from President S. Georgia Nugent, followed by a performance from the Kenyon College Chamber Singers. An interdisciplinary faculty panel, moderated by Assistant Professor of English Jené Schoenfield, includes Fred Baumann, professor of political science; Ted Mason Jr., professor of English; Clara Román-Odio, professor of Spanish; and Anna Sun, assistant professor of sociology and Asian studies.
9:00 a.m., Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration BreakfastCo-sponsored with Mount Vernon Nazarene University. Thomas Dining Room, Peirce Hall.
3:10 p.m., A Day of DialogueWelcome - President S. Georgia Nugent.
3:20 p.m., Chamber SingersA performance by the Chamber Singers.
3:30 p.m., Faculty Panel
Professors Fred Baumann, Ted Mason Jr., Clara Román Odio, Anna Sun. Moderator: Jené Schoenfeld.
5:00 p.m., Closing Performance - Kenyon College Gospel Choir
5:30 p.m., Dinner with Project Open Voices
The conversation continues over dinner with members of Project Open Voices. Learn more about this student initiative. Alumni Dining Hall, Peirce Hall.
11:10 a.m.,Tuesday, January 22.
Come to a follow-up Common Hour discussion in Peirce Hall Lounge.