On Monday, January 20th, Hoosac School took the day to honor the legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Students and faculty alike gathered in the auditorium where we began the morning by watching Dr. King's "I Have A Dream" speech.
A series of student presentations followed where a greater discussion of Dr. King's impact on social equality took place. Brian Collado '21 is seen below speaking about peaceful protests.
Following the presentations, students broke into adviser groups to discuss the information and share their thoughts. The objective for each group was to provide a message, hope and/or action that they thought could help promote unity and understanding in our very diverse world. The advisers then organized and shared their group's information with the rest of the school.