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SC4 celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan. 17


St. Clair County Community College will present its 20th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration “Where Are We Now?” at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17, in the Fine Arts Theatre on SC4’s Port Huron campus. 

The event will feature a celebration of King’s legacy with songs, dances, videos and a selection of words spoken by Dr. King. The event also features panel discussions on health care disparities and racism; investing in small business; diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in education and more.

Scheduled presenters and performers include:

  • Alphonso Amos
  • Jessica Brown
  • Bishop Kim Brown
  • Cerees Hazely
  • Natasha Holmes
  • Dr. Pete Lacey
  • Althea McLellan
  • Dr. Annette Mercatante
  • NAACP Youth Council
  • Lurlene Nichols
  • Harold Powell
  • Mayor Pauline Repp
  • Shawn Shackleford
  • L’Anesha Stanley
  • Marion Stewart
  • Jessica Totty
  • Kevin Totty Sr.
  • Kanchan Wankhede
  • Kevin Watkins
  • Daysha Woodley

Admission is free and can be reserved by emailing Seating is limited. Masks required inside campus buildings. The event also will be livestreamed at for those unable to attend in person

The event is sponsored by SC4’s Global Diversity Advisory Council, SC4’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the Port Huron branch of the NAACP.

For questions, call SC4’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at (810) 989-5564.