“Martin Luther King and the Multicultural Spirit of the ’60s” presentation

April 14, 2015 @ 10:15 am – 11:30 am
Moorpark College
7075 Campus Road
Moorpark, CA 93021
Free for Moorpark College students.

This special presentation is part of Multicultural Day at Moorpark College. It is a day of alternative instruction for the students and is not open to the public.


The 25th annual Multicultural Day will be held on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at Moorpark College. The theme is “Multicultural Day: 25 Years of Future Past”


The annual alternative day of instruction features insightful lectures, breathtaking performances, amazing exhibits, thought-provoking presentations, exciting demonstrations, energetic panel discussions, experiential exercises, innovative storytelling, inspiring music, rhythmic dance, dramatic theater, and hands-on activities. All of this is coupled with informational, educational, and merchant booths from local and international organizations, and appetizing food offerings.


Multicultural Day is organized as an alternative teaching day. Some faculty may allow students to attend several of the events in lieu of attending their regular classes. Classes are not canceled, however, and some regular class meetings must be held due to academic program requirements. Local K-12 schools, as well as nearby colleges, are invited to bring their students to see and hear music, dance, drama and lectures. Admission to Multicultural Day is free and all events are open to the public.


For information on bringing this presentation to your school, college, library or community organization, please contact civilrightsvet@gmail.com. Lanny can create a custom presentation to fit your theme.


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