Reflections from the Community

Each year, the Saint Michael's College community reflects on the message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the MLK Convocation Week. Below are reflections from faculty and staff on Dr. King and this year's convocation theme - The Cost of Silence: The Responsibility of the Individual in the Face of Injustice and Oppression.

The path out of Silence toward humanization and liberation is knowledge, humility, and compassion 
By Moise St. Louis, Associate Dean of Students/Director, Center for Multicultural Affairs and Services/Lecturer, Peace and Justice & Political Science

Letter to my Fellow Marines, Comrades in Arms and my Saint Michael’s Community By Fr. Ray Doherty, Society of Saint Edmund

Pain
By Josh Meyer, Saint Michael’s College Men’s Basketball Coach

One Cost of Silence is Personal Limitation 
By Fr. David Cray, Society of Saint Edmund

Becoming More Culturally Responsive is a Life-Long Journey
By Laura Crain, Associate Director, Library

The Cost of Silence
By David J. Theroux, SSE, Edmundite Center for Faith and Culture/Peace and Justice

Lessons from a Parking Lot Just North of New York City: 1975
By Antonia Messuri, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs/Director of Accessibility and Academic Support

For more information about MLK Convocation and a full schedule of events, click here