Living the Legacy
MLK Tribute 2020
Living the Legacy:
Activism through Education in the New Decade
DR. DAYMOND GLENN
Doors open at 6:00pm | Program starts at 7:00pm
SMSU Ballroom, 1825 SW Broadway
An additional 100 tickets for PSU students, faculty, and staff will be made available online at the PSU Box Office on January 21st.
Hear Dr. Daymond Glenn − scholar, author, and founder and senior pastor of The Cultural Soul Project church − speak about reimagining diversity work in higher education to transform systems, structures, and institutional culture.
At the Cultural Soul Project church, Dr. Daymond Glenn's ministry exists at the intersections of race, faith, hip-hop, and justice. Before founding The Cultural Soul Project, Dr. Glenn held senior level administrative and faculty positions at various colleges and universities, and some of those positions included: Vice President of Student Affairs, Chief Diversity Officer, Tenure Track Professor, and Faculty Administrator. As a professor, Dr. Glenn has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses focusing on urban education, deconstructing multicultural education, race and education on academic achievement, educational theory and philosophy, and critical hip-hop studies. Additionally, Dr. Glenn is an alum of Portland State University, and the author of the book Critical Condition: Black Males and Multiculturalism in Higher Education.
We hope you’ll save the date and join us in honoring the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This event is presented by Global Diversity and Inclusion
MLK Day of Service 2020
In observation of the MLK Day of National Service, join students from some of Portland's best colleges and universities for a day of workshops, discussions, and engagement with black-led nonprofits and community interest groups dedicated to community-building and racial justice in the Portland Metro area.
MLK'S BELOVED COMMUNITY
Exploring black activism, creativity, and resilience in Portland
10:00am - 5:00pm
Portland Community College,
(Transportation provided from PSU)