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Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom

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Mila P. Cooper, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion and Director of Coretta Scott King Center
Office: 937-319-0123


Livermore St.
Yellow Springs, OH 45387


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Freedom to Vote Rally

Sunday, September 23, 2018 from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
On the Horseshoe at Antioch College (Livermore Street and Morgan Place)

The Freedom to Vote Rally will bring together prominent national and local speakers (including Shaun King and Rev. Mark Thompson) to promote awareness of various issues facing our nation and the responsibility and right to vote.  Local organizations will be available for voter registration.  Join us for an afternoon of education, inspiration, food and entertainment.

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While we are a non-partisan college, we believe all citizens have a right to easy voting access in accordance with American ideals of one person, one vote. Some states have put into practice many voting impediments for the average citizen, some of which are presently being challenging in the U.S. Supreme Court.

This event is free and open to the public. Questions may be directed to Mila P. Cooper, Executive Director of the Coretta Scott King Center, at or (937) 319-0123.

About the Coretta Scott King Center

Coretta Scott King, an Antioch College alumna class of 1951, granted the College the use of her name for the Center that provides education, awareness and advocacy around issues of social justice and diversity.

The Coretta Scott King Center facilitates learning, dialogue, and action to advance social justice.

To transform lives, the nation and the world by cultivating change agents, collaborating with communities, and fostering networks to advance human rights and social justice.


  • Annual Martin Luther King Lecture
  • Annual Coretta Scott King Commemoration
  • Annual Social Justice Symposium
  • Annual Coretta Scott King Legacy Luncheon
  • Friday Forum program
  • Training in Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation
  • Civil Rights trip