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celebrations, including speeches, a reception and a dance class that will take place next week at the University of Arizona in honor of the slain civil rights leader.
The building houses African American Student Affairs, the African American Cultural Resource Center, African American Studies, Agricultural Economics, the Asian/Pacific American Student Center, Commission on the Status of Women/Diversity Action Council, Equipment Services and Test Scoring and Evaluations.
"This is a very neighborly building," said Cecilia Lou, assistant dean for Asian/Pacific Student Affairs and chairwoman of the dedication committee. "We all work together."
Occupants of the MLK building combined efforts to supply food and decorations for the open house that will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Lou said.
"Each office will have information and food for anyone who has any interest to come," said Lou. The actual naming ceremony will take place on the west side of the building in the parking lot from 10-10:30 a.m.
The TKE fraternity was reinstated in the fall of 1991, after being disbanded in the "early to mid '80s," Maxwell said. A new house was built at 1340 E. First St. in 1992.
"This dedication is the ultimate symbol of a commitment toward the new society of the 21st century," said Jesse Hargrove, assistant dean of African American Student Affairs. "It is part of a larger commitment to diversity and social change."
"Social change is so important, because from symbol, you can move to substance," he said. "This is a sign that we're in for some better days ahead."
The week will also feature several other events to honor King.
On Jan. 17, a reception will be held for Katherine Dunham, an eminent African American choreographer, dancer, author and educator.
Dunham, who is in her 80s, will conduct a master dance class at the Ina E. Gittings Building at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 17.
On Wednesday, Jan. 18, from noon-1 p.m. on the UA Mall Rev. Sean Howe, assistant pastor at Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, UA President Manuel Pacheco and Saundra Lawson Taylor, vice president for Student Affairs will give speeches commemorating King.
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