MLK Day celebration featured author presentation, day of service


Photo 1
Cooley students met with speaker and author, Professor Joyce A. Baugh. From left: Stephanie Menezile, Salina Choice, Adner Marcelin, Dr. Joyce Baugh, Yasmeen Qadimasil, Nemer Baki, Chelsea Abend, and Kate Mortensen.

Photo 2
Cooley Law School student Adner Marcelin helped out at the Volunteers of America store in Lansing.

Photo 3
Staff member Marlene Strahota (left) and student Diamond Hayes helped out in the kitchen at Volunteers of America.

Cooley Law School celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan. 21, 2012, with a presentation by Central Michigan University political science professor Joyce A. Baugh, author of The Detroit School Busing Case, Milliken v. Bradley and the Controversy over Desegregation. Baugh spoke on “The Color Line in Metropolitan Detroit: Segregated Housing and Segregated Schools.”
In addition to the evening presentation by Professor Baugh, Cooley students, faculty, and staff honored the memory of Dr. King with a day of volunteer service at organizations around Lansing.


  1. No comments
Sign in to post a comment »