For 23-straight years Goizueta Business School and the Rollins School of Public Health have recognized some of most important people in Metro Atlanta — those committed to helping fellow man and driving change.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards have become a fixture in the Emory community. On Jan. 22, a new round of winners shared their stories while celebrating the life of King and his contributions to civil rights.
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“From Spotlights to Floodlights: Revealing Problems Before They Become Headlines,” featured the deans of Goizueta and Rollins as well keynote speaker Dr. Robert Franklin as speaker.
Franklin is the James T. and Berta R. Laney Professor of Moral Leadership at Emory University and Director of the Religion Department of the Chautauqua Institution.
In 2013,Franklin served as a Visiting Scholar in Residence at Stanford University’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute and he is President Emeritus of Morehouse College. He was the College’s tenth president, serving from 2007 through 2012.
Franklin extended King’s message of radical inclusion — the interconnectedness of humanity and the importance of a common good.
[li]Georgia Sherriffs’ Youth Homes[/li]
[li]Midtown Assistance Center[/li]
[li]Georgians for Healthy Future[/li]
[li]Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence[/li]
[li]Latin American Association[/li]
[li]Womens Resource Center to End Domestic Violence[/li]