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Circle of Unity

Attend or Volunteer to support Zero Waste!

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Circle of Unity Volunteer flyer
The Michigan Community Scholars Program will celebrate MLK and his legacy with the community at the 14th Annual Circle of Unity. This year the Sustainable Living Experience will be partnering to ensure that the event is environmentally-friendly & zero waste! Join hundreds of University and community participants for this annual event celebrating the life of Dr. King and his legacy of racial justice, nonviolence, and unity. All are welcome: students, staff, faculty, families, and children, as the audience is encouraged to participate as we honor Martin Luther King Jr. through song, dance, and spoken word. We will be joined by local musician favorites, Joe Reilly and Julie Beutel, in addition to performances by the Michigan Gospel Chorale, Smile Bringer Singers, and spoken word artists.

Volunteer responsibilities:
Hot cocoa will be served at the event, which is usually held outside in the diag, so dress warm! Volunteers will be posted at waste stations to assist with composting of hot beverage cups and make ensure that the event is as zero waste as possible. Any non-compostable waste should be diverted to standard trash bins. Compost receptacles (cardboard boxes and green compostable liners) and any signage should be set up prior to the event at 1:45pm and taken to a compost area (there is one behind the Grad library) after the event at 3:05pm. Simply attend and enjoy the event, or sign up for a volunteer shift at
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