Students, faculty and staff took part in a community discussion about how and why Martin Luther King was more than his “I Have a Dream” speech. Participants included, from left, Darien Henry ’14; Shawn Johnson ’13; Virginia Coakley, assistant chaplain and director of Protestant and ALANA ministry; Michael West, associate professor of history; Adrienne Shaw ’12; and Jonathan St. Firmin ’12. The discussion was part of a series of events on Black History Month sponsored by the Black Student Union, a student organization that promotes unity among the black community at Holy Cross.
Photograph by J Kevin Crowley ’12
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