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Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Medical Laboratory Technician Information Session

Category>Information Sessions, Type>Medical Laboratory Technician
Medical Laboratory Technician

Join the Medical Laboratory Department and Admissions & Recruitment staff to learn about the Admissions application process, application requirements, course work, labs, and clinical information for Bunker Hill Community College's Medical Laboratory Technician Associate Degree program.

Tuesday, January 24, 2023
1 - 2 p.m.

Justice is socially constructed, man-made, and natural.  However, for Dr. King, justice is ontological, divine, and tension oriented. This presentation discusses Dr. King's April 16, 1963, Letter written when he was arrested and jailed during a civil rights protest in Birmingham.  It is an analysis of some of the arguments Dr. King advanced that were central to the civil rights movement and the passing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act in the United States. This presentation explores the letter’s relevance considering its fundamental goal: the need for social change in the United States. However, it is essential to note that Dr. King’s assertion of social change in this Letter was defined within what he considers: “the Gospel of Freedom.” This presentation explores Dr. King’s approach to asserting the claims of the “Gospel of Freedom” in relation to the 21st-century assertion for social change.
Facilitated by Dr. George Walters-Sleyon     

Join by Zoom:
Meeting # 423 935 2966
Security Passcode 369455

Tuesday, January 24, 2023
1:15 p.m.

Men's Basketball vs. Mass Bay

Category>Events, Type>Mens Basketball
Mens Basketball
Tuesday, January 24, 2023
5 p.m.

Facilitated by Dr. Ayshia Mackie-Stephensen

Women Civil Rights activists were critical to the movement and pushed MLK’s dream forward. Dr. Coretta Scott King, in particular, was a “real soldier” (MLK 1968). The speeches she delivered, and the crucial time in which she delivered those speeches, cemented the King family's legacy and carried the fight for justice. This choreopoem of speeches, music, poetry and archival footage honors her campaign for global peace and for racial and social justice. This performance is in collaboration with Xavier University of Louisiana students. Join us to learn more about Dr. Coretta Scott King and to celebrate her incredible legacy!

Join by Zoom:
Meeting ID: 852 5863 8176
Passcode: 970306
Dial by location: +1 646 876 9923 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 852 5863 8176
Passcode: 970306

Tuesday, January 24, 2023
6 p.m.