Thu, Jan 20, 2022

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM EST (GMT-5)

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Grab a lunch, open Zoom and join our monthly virtual Table of Plenty dialogue. This month during the week of remembrance of Martin Luther King, you'll get to dialogue about his work during the Civil Rights Movement and about how that needs to continue today. You can expect to talk in small groups about what you know and don't know about Dr. King, how voting rights might still be an issue and what the role of the Church ought to be. In small groups, you will be able to share your opinions and hear the opinions of others in a respectful and open manner. 

In order to receive PATH credit students must meet the following guidelines:

  1. Be individually signed into Zoom via their authenticated UD Zoom account
  2. Have the video camera active for the duration of the session
  3. Be fully engaged in the content throughout the event
ACEs and/or Hosts of the event will monitor videos to ensure all participants are actively engaged.

All Live Zoom Events have a maximum capacity of 300 participants, including hosts and unless RSVP is required will be first-come-first serve. While it is recognized that technology issues may be experienced and cause individuals to be kicked out of a session, due to the fact that we are unable to verify whether a student's shortened engagement period is due to tech issues or done intentionally, the policy will remain in place that full attendance is required and any individual who misses 15 minutes or more of an event, regardless of reason, will not receive credit. 

For events that are capped and have registration, students who register for the event and no-show may be subject to penalty according to AVIATE's No-Show Policy. 

Please allow a minimum of one week following the conclusion of the event for PATH credit to be issued.

Direct all questions about this event or about issues with missing PATH to the following Event Sponsor(s) (Not AVIATE):

Campus Partner(s): Campus Ministry's Center for Social Concern

The University of Dayton strives to provide equal and easy access to programs and services for individuals with disabilities. Individuals requiring accommodations to attend this event are encouraged to contact the LTC's Office of Learning Resources (OLR) in advance with their request in order to ensure adequate processing time. 

Contact OLR by telephone at 937-229-2066 (TTY 937-229-2059 for deaf/hard of hearing) or by email at

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Co-hosted with: Campus Ministry, Center for Social Concern

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