Feb 01, 2012

Mitchell Moss to Join Cornel West at Feb. 9 Martin Luther King Jr. Event

Don't miss a highlight of New York University's weeklong commemoration of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., when Dr. Cornel West talks about activism at NYU's Kimmel Center on Thursday, Feb. 9, and is joined by Mitchell Moss, the Henry Hart Rice professor of urban policy at NYU Wagner, who will talk about cities.

This University-wide event, which runs from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., showcases "7 Issues, 7 Leaders, 7 Minutes." NYU's Kimmel Center for University Life is located at the corner of Washington Square South and LaGuardia Place, and the event is in its Eisner & Lubin Auditorium. Professors West and Moss are among the seven featured presenters.

The theme of this year's MLK Week at NYU (Feb. 6-11) is: "The Future of Diversity: Here & Now."

To register for the evening event, please go to http://mlkweek2012.eventbrite.com/.


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