Every year, organizations and universities across the country partake in a day of community engagement, service, learning, and reflection to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
This year’s theme comes from MLK’s address delivered at the National Conference on New Politics in August 1967. In this address, he discusses the Three Evils of Society: racial inequality, abuse of military power, and economic inequality. We will discuss this theme at our opening session and reflection times, as well as support and serve a local Raleigh organization that is working to tackle one or more of the Three Evils in our very own community.
The week of MLK Day (January 15, 2024), students from all across the United States will commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy through volunteer work and consideration. With education, action, and reflection, students can immerse themselves in the Raleigh community and serve an incredible Raleigh organization.
Join William Peace University in remembering Martin Luther King Jr. this January!
This is free and available to all WPU Students, Faculty, Staff, and Alumni. Visit Pacer Engage for more information.