Law Connection – January 10, 2018

2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture

Thursday, January 25, 4 p.m. Tabor Classroom

Martin Luther King’s Beloved Community and European Trumpism

Professor Henry J. Richardson III
Temple University
Beasley School of Law


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The warmth of the Kingian Dream, through the Beloved Community, is essential to the gift of non-violent love to humankind, which the global authority of Martin Luther King continues to give. His authority and his Dream, and the strength of their invocations and vision in Europe against Trumpism, are necessary elements of wide recognition which must help define for us King’s National Holiday.

Please join us for Law Day at the ARC on Sunday, February 11 

Valpo vs. Illinois State

  • Free food & giveaways!
  • Join us in the McGill Room (in the ARC) at 2 p.m. for food & drinks!
  • Free for students, faculty & staff with OneCard. Tickets can also be purchased online or at the ARC.
  • Tip-off at 3 p.m.

Associate Professor Faisal Kutty’s article titled “Extremists have not only hijacked Islam and its symbols, but also American sensibility,”  was published by the Middle East Eye . The article argues that Islamophobia and the fear of Islamic symbols and phrases has now become as American as apple pie.

Professor Kutty was recently invited by the Chief Minister of the Indian State of Kerala as a “Distinguished Keralite” to address its inaugural 2018 Loka Kerala Sabha (LKS).  The LKS is a gathering of legislators and parliamentarians from the State, and prominent Malayalis (people from Kerala) to formulate a new comprehensive economic, social, cultural and technical vision for the State.