Dartmouth Events

Virtual MLK Celebration Keynote with Dr. Robert S. Harvey

Join us for the annual MLK Celebration keynote with educator, author, and community connector Dr. Robert S. Harvey.

Wednesday, January 19, 2022
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Virtual livestream
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars, Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
Registration required.

Join us for our annual MLK Celebration keynote event, featuring Dr. Robert S. Harvey. Opening remarks by Senior Vice President and Senior Diversity Officer Dr. Shontay Delalue and Kailah Hester '24.

This virtual event is open to the public & will be available at www.dartmouth.edu/mlk

About our Keynote Speaker

Dr. Robert S. Harvey is an educator and writer, public scholar and arts enthusiast, community leader and child advocate. Drawing upon lived experiences, ethical thought, and a bold vision for the future of human wellbeing, his leadership, writing, and being has a threefold focus—love, justice, and hope. He is the Superintendent of East Harlem Scholars Academies, a community-based network of public charter schools (PreK-12) in New York City; and Chief Academic Officer of East Harlem Tutorial Program, managing a multisite out-of-school time and postsecondary access and success program, public engagement, and a teaching residency. He is also a Visiting Professor in the Practice of Public Leadership at Memphis Theological Seminary.

Dr. Harvey has committed himself to lifelong learning through a doctorate in leadership and society from Memphis Theological Seminary, master of theological studies from Harvard University, and bachelor of arts from Bryant University. 


He is author of Abolitionist Leadership in Schools: Undoing Systemic Injustice through Communally Conscious Education, which works from an abolitionist lineage to guide education and community-based leaders in providing preemptive, premeditated, and progressive leadership while countering the impacts of racism that endure in our schools and communities. In Spring 2022, his second book will be released, entitled, Teaching as Protest: Emancipating Classrooms through Racial Consciousness

For more information, contact:
Institutional Diversity & Equity

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