January 2013


DSU to hold Jan. 21 MLK Program; Rev. John Moore as Keynote Speaker

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           Rev. John Moore, Sr. Delaware State University and the Inner City Cultural League, Inc., will hold the 28th annual Martin Luther King, Jr., National Holiday Program at 12 noon Monday, Jan. 21 in the Education and Humanities Theatre on the DSU campus.   The keynote speaker will be the Rev. John Moore, Sr., vice president of the United Way of Delaware and the youth pastor at Calvary Baptist Church. The Rev. Moore is well-known throughout the state of Delaware and beyond for his uncanny portrayal of Dr. King through his presentation of the martyred civil rights leader’s famous speeches.   The Rev. Moore was recently awarded the 2012 Delaware State Educator Association’s Human and Civil Rights Award.   The program will also feature musical selections by the Sankofa String Orchestra and the Mt. Zion AME Church (of Dover) Children’s Choir, as well as spoken word and hip hop artist Amillion the Poet.  

Dr. Johnnetta Cole event at DSU has been Postponed

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The Dr. Johnnetta Cole talk scheduled for Friday, Jan. 25 has been postponed. DSU is working to reschedule the visit, and will update you when a new date is scheduled.
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The Dr. Johnnetta Cole talk scheduled for Friday, Jan. 25 has been postponed. DSU is working to reschedule the visit, and will update you when a new date is scheduled.

 

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The scheduled guest speaking engagement on Jan. 25 featuring Dr. Johnnetta Betsch Cole has been postponed. University officials hope that it can be rescheduled in the future.

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