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Kaplan University, in partnership with The King Center and others,
hosted an educational initiative to engage young people in an interactive dialogue with key leaders of
the civil rights movement and current student activists.
The event arrived on the eve of the 50th anniversary celebration of the historic March on Washington, which culminated with Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Kaplan University live streamed the two panel discussions across
its interactive KAPx platform from the School
Without Walls in Washington, DC.
“As the world comes together to recognize and
celebrate the 50th anniversary of the March
and my father’s speech, it is important that our youth understand the impact
this historic event still has on us today, and the roles they have as future
leaders to make the world a better place,” said Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of The
The day featured two town hall style panel
discussions for high school students in the morning and grade 4–8 students in
the afternoon. U.S. Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan delivered
remarks during the morning session.
“We’re delighted to help support such an
important event that serves as a virtual field trip for a next generation of
leaders,” said Dr. Wade Dyke, President of KaplanUniversity.
In addition to Secretary Duncan, Dr. King and Chancellor of the DC Public
Schools Dr. Kaya Henderson delivered opening remarks at the morning
panel. Panel participants
included Angela Farris Watkins, Ambassador Andrew Young, Willy Leventhal, Carolyn McKinstry, Doris
Crenshaw, Ernie Green, and Sinclair Blue, a senior at Schools Without Walls
The afternoon session included opening remarks from Dr. Dyke and Ms. King. Panel
participants included Ms. Naomi King, Congressman John Lewis, Elizabeth Omilami, Willie Bolden, Dick
Gregory, and Phillip Agnew.
Kaplan University, along with
its College of Public Service, participated because it is a
direct correlation to our education commitment. Events such as these are
critical in developing active members and leaders of our communities who will
continue the social change movements.
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