Political Science

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Teach-In 2011

Professor Meghan Burke

Megan Burke, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, talked about ways to meaningfully Engage Diversity.


Mia Roberson, a first-year student and member of the Diversity Project

Mia Roberson, a first-year student and member of the Diversity Project, talked about engaging others.


Katie Rose Bosnan, a sophomore

Katie Rose Bosnan, a sophomore, discusses the challenges of meeting new diverse people.


Dick Folse, Illinois Shakespeare Festival

Dick Folse, Illinois Shakespeare Festival, spoke to the audience during the second panel about Education and Social Justice.


Middle school students Lucy and Hannah

Middle school students Lucy and Hannah talk about the positive effects community programs have on them. They are both choosing to go to college.


Renee, a mentor to Lucy and Hannah

Renee, a mentor to Lucy and Hannah, left, spoke about the Blank Canvas project members.


Dani Snyder-Young from the School of Theatre Arts

The third panel, Theatre of the Oppressed, was lead by Dani Snyder-Young from the School of Theatre Arts. She had students examine the relationship between themselves and authorities.


Dani Snyder-Young with two IWU students

Dani Snyder-Young with two IWU students.