College Committee for Diversity & Inclusion
MARCH IS WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
OCC DIVERSITY & INCLUSION MESSAGE BOARD
Celebrating Our Differences
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||The Orchard Ridge Campus King Library displays a portrait, a
vibrant montage of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life. Look up towards
the balcony as you enter the Library’s eastern doors to view it. The
painting was acquired in October 1968, when the new OR Campus
Library opened and was named the Martin Luther King Jr. Learning
Resource Center. At the dedication ceremony Congressman John
Conyers, Jr. read a message on behalf of Coretta Scott King. The
portrait, created by Ann Arbor artist Jon Onye Lockard, was given in
honor of the event.