Santa Clara – Stanford Conflict Resolution Workshop and Santa Clara University Office of Diversity and Inclusion present
THE REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.’S VISION OF NONVIOLENT RESISTANCE
WHAT IS DR. KING’S INFLUENCE TODAY? WHAT SHOULD IT BE?
Join us to honor Dr. King’s memory; explore the evolution of his understanding of nonviolence, from the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1956-1957, through the Poor People’s Campaign and Memphis sanitation workers’ strike of early 1968; and consider the viability of nonviolence as a means to resolve conflict in our troubled times.
All are welcome. No charge. Lunch will be provided.
Aldo Billingslea is Professor of Theater and Dance at SCU, where he served as Associate Provost for Diversity and Inclusion.
Jonathan D. Greenberg is scholar in residence and director of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Project at Stanford Law School’s Gould Center for Conflict Resolution.
Margaret M. Russell is interim Associate Provost of Diversity and Inclusion at SCU and Professor of Law at Santa Clara Law.
The Santa Clara–Stanford Conflict Resolution Workshop series is a collaboration of the two law schools to bring nationally recognized practitioners and scholars to the Stanford and Santa Clara Law School communities and the general public. Through interactive programs, audiences explore issues of interest in the field of conflict resolution and engage in conversations across differences.