Honoring MLK Day Through Service at Inglis House

Monday, January 16, 2017

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, our Philadelphia Network students spent the day at Inglis House. In the morning, we watched a video titled No More which documented the Children's March in Birmingham in 1963. The video was followed by small group discussions led by our Student Group Leaders about the civil rights movement.

 

After lunch, one of the residents took us on a tour to show us his art - both pieces that were displayed throughout Inglis House as well as works in progress at the art studio. The group was also joined by Walking the Walk alumna, Mary Grace Murray, who has stayed on as an Inglis House volunteer as a Rosemont College student.

 

In the afternoon we gathered residents for a program led by the Inglis House music therapist and then played board games with some of the residents. 

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