All sessions take place on Thursdays with the noted exceptions during the King Holiday Observance Week.
STUDENTS WITH KING
We’re providing Elementary, Middle and High School students with an opportunity to learn first-hand from family and friends of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mrs. Coretta Scott King.
Students engage in an interactive learning experience about the Civil Rights Movement as well as hear personal and humorous stories about the life of Dr. King and Mrs. King including the choices, decisions, and experiences that shaped their development as young people and led to them becoming global leaders. Students are introduced to NV365® and teachers are provided with learning tools to assist with further educating youth on how to incorporate the principles and methodology as a new way of approaching and reconciling conflict as well as problem-solving. The overarching goal is to encourage students to embrace NV365® as a lifestyle and modeled by Dr. King.
Students from public, private, charter and home schools are invited to participate.
Interactive Civil Rights Talk
- April 28, 2022 • 10:00 a.m. ET
Dr. King’s concept of the Beloved Community is vital to creating a more humane world. Since children become the next generation of justice seekers, we are now offering elementary-age students a direct link to these valuable and vital concepts by launching The Reading Corner– a platform where real authors will share their books with students via live stream. The program is designed to showcase quality readings and expose students to authors who directly or indirectly cover social justice issues or concepts on the Beloved Community. Designed to support reading literacy in homes and schools globally, this rewarding tool for both teachers and parents will help broaden literature kits for their elementary learners.
Reading brings knowledge, and knowledge is power. We’ll see you in The Reading Corner!