The Bolinga Center encourages students to join in celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a unity march across campus.
The Bolinga Center is working with student organizations to make this event possible. This is the second annual march that will give students the opportunity to learn about MLK’s legacy and bridge a gap of disconnection between WSU students.
“We should continue to celebrate MLK day because it is our best and last hope,” senior and Student Event Coordinator for the Bolinga Center Amaha Sellassie said. “If we choose to live life violently, peace will never happen. As King explained we must eliminate hate and separate an evil act from a person. We must love unconditionally, forgive and get rid of any fear. It starts with human dignity, treating others with justice and acknowledging their worth.”
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