The MIT community celebrated the 2015 Martin Luther King Celebration Luncheon on Wednesday, February 4, 2015. MLK Luncheon speakers call for more action, reflecting frustration over racial profiling, calls for more involvement by MIT community. Read the News Office article.
MLK Programs at MIT
Visiting Professors and Scholars enhance their scholarship and enrich the intellectual life of MIT with their interactions. go to website!
The MIT community celebrates diversity and social commitment by invited notable speakers at an annual celebration. more
This contest is open to all MIT Undergraduates and Graduate Students, including Wellesley students. more
The MLK Jr. Leadership Awards are given annually to students, alumni, staff, groups and faculty who embody the spirit of Dr. King’s work. more
Dr. King’s and President Kennedy’s assassinations in 1968 sparked new initiatives making MIT a more equitable community. Watch the video!
by Clarence G. Williams (MIT Press, 1996). Speeches given at the Institute’s annual King Day convocation by prominent speakers. more on Amazon
In 1994 her speech, titled “The Movement for Economic and Social Justice: 1994 and Beyond,” Mrs. King called for a national “revolution of values”. watch the video