The University of South Florida will be honoring the work of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. throughout the week, kicking-off with a service project on Friday.
On Monday, members of the USF community will participate in MLK parades in St. Petersburg and Tampa.
At the end of the week, the university will host its MLK Commemorative Brunch, which is themed “Liberation & Legacy” this year. The event features student performances and keynote speaker Ruthmae Sears, a USF associate professor and lead researcher behind a structural racism study in St. Pete. The brunch is free and open to the public.
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