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WVU celebrates MLK, others with annual breakfast

The WVU Middle for Black Tradition honored the lifetime of Martin Luther King Jr. throughout a unity breakfast Monday within the Mountainlair Ballrooms.

Jeneisha Harris, an activist, a group chief and writer of “Black Lady, Cry,” was the keynote speaker. Harris is a self-proclaimed insurgent who works to empower Black girls via literature and sisterhood and set up communities via Black nonprofits in Nashville, Tenn.

Anitra Hamilton, a member of the West Virginia Home of Delegates and WVU alumna, acquired the 2024 MLK Achievement Award.

The group was additionally invited to “Greatness Decided by Service: An Afternoon of Reflection on Martin Luther King Jr.,” hosted by the WVU Middle for Neighborhood Engagement and AmeriCorps VISTA, Monday afternoon within the Gluck Theater.

The afternoon occasion offered an opportunity for attendees to mirror on speeches and actions round King’s work.