Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration
For over a decade Greenfield Community College has been celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior. The event has expanded over the years, and the 2020 event will be our largest to date. As has been the tradition over the past several years, family oriented activities will be available for young children and their caretakers. Additionally, we will be offering a programming track for young and older adults.
- 10am-12pm — Family-oriented activities to include arts and crafts, cookie decorating, lessons about MLK’s legacy and readings
- 10-11am — Opening Panel featuring former US Attorney Carmen Ortiz; Robert Carr, author and philanthropist; and Elena Quiroz-Livanis from the Massachusetts Department of Education
- 11am-12pm — Breakout Youth Leadership Workshops
- Climate Change Youth Summit (Led by Traprock Youth)
- Q&A with Robert Carr, Author of Last Chance
- Inter-generational Dialogue
- 12-1pm — Lunch and remarks by President Yves Salomon-Fernandéz
And featuring performances by the Greenfield Community Choir and the Musica Franklin Program! Register online!