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KU professor is keynote speaker at governor’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. event

January 9, 2012

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A Kansas University associate professor of philosophy is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the governor’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Thursday.

Derrick Darby’s work has connected philosophy with issues and concerns that impact black America. His most recent book is “Rights, Race and Recognition.”

He was one of four professors to receive a University Scholarly Achievement Award in 2011 for his work.

The celebration will begin with a ceremonial march led by the Topeka High School drumline at 11:45 a.m., followed by a ceremony at Topeka High School, 800 SW 10th St. in Topeka.

Other state and civic leaders are also expected to participate in the ceremony.

Comments

Lawrence Morgan 2 years, 11 months ago

Why doesn't the Journal-World carry the speech in a separate column? Thjis happens with so many things with the Journal-World- you carry a quote or two, but never the whole thing. It could be clicked on if the user wanted to see it, and I think many - including myself- wouid.

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