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MLK Living Legacy Celebration Events

Keynote Address

The Boise State University Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Celebration has featured internationally recognized keynote speakers and human rights advocates such as Al Sharpton, Ibram X. Kendi, Jesse Jackson and Martin Luther King III. The annual keynote address takes place after the Day of Greatness March and Rally.

Learn more about past keynote speakers

Other Events

The MLK Living Legacy Committee also hosts a handful of events designed to invite students and the community into an ongoing conversation about the ever-evolving relevance of Dr. King’s ideas, principles and activism to our contemporary environment.

Bites and Big Talks (BABT) is the MLK Committee’s bi-weekly event held throughout the semester where students and community members are provided with delicious food while having thought-provoking conversations at the Student Equity Center. Discussion topics include assimilation, cultural identity and the meaning of community.

Campus Insider is the committee’s video series centered on Boise State’s on-campus organizations. An effort to support student organizations, the series brings awareness to the many colorful student-run organizations and affinity groups at Boise State.

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