A Conversation with Dr. Bernice King

The Martin Luther King Center and the University of Kentucky Student Activities Board are proud to present a conversation with Dr. Bernice King. Attendees can watch the live, private event on their own device at UKSAB.org/King, or RSVP to the in-person screening using this event's BBNvolved page. Students wishing to attend the screening and Q&A session must RSVP using the button below. Please do not RSVP if you are watching on your own device. This event is open to Students, Faculty, Staff, and all community members.

Dr. Bernice A. King is the daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, two of the world's most influential and recognized leaders. She is a global thought leader, orator, peace advocate, and CEO of the King Center, which was founded by her mother, Coretta Scott King in 1968. She was appointed CEO of The King Center in January 2012, by the Board of Trustees. From this position, the same one once held by her mother, this transformative leader steadfastly continues her efforts to advance her parents’ legacy of Kingian Nonviolence, which Dr. King re-branded Nonviolence365™️.

(Adapted from Berniceking.com) -- This posting reflects the new event date of March 31st at 6 PM EST.

Ready to watch? Here's how!

We have prepared two different ways that you can join the event. You can either attend the live screening session or watch on your own device.

Attend the Live Screening Session

Join us in the Gatton Student Center's Worsham Cinema. Students must RSVP on BBNvolved to attend the watch party. Seating is extremely limited. Physical distancing and the proper wearing of face coverings will be strictly enforced.

Student In-Person RSVP


Watch on your Device

Watch the conversation in HD from the place of your choice! Return to this page on the day of the event and click the button below. Please allow a few extra minutes to login before the event. If watching with other people, remember to continue practicing your Daily 4.0.

Get Notified

What You Need To Know

We know you may have questions, so we put together a list of frequently asked questions to help!

If you have further questions, please contact publicrelations@uksab.org.

Wednesday, March 31st at 6 PM EST. Please allow a few extra minutes to join the event.

Yes, this is a live event open to all with the link. It is personalized to the University of Kentucky. Dr. King will be joining via Zoom.

The conversation is being hosted virtually. Please return to UKSAB.org/king closer to the date of the event and click "Watch Now". Everyone is invited to watch from anywhere with an internet connection. Additionally, students can click on the "Is there a in-person screening" for more details on how to watch in-person.

Yes! If you are a member of the general public, you will be asked to enter your Zip code and how many are watching on your device. If you are a UK student, faculty, or staff member, you will be asked to login with your LinkBlue.

Tickets are not needed for this event. For the in-person screening, students must RSVP on BBNvolved to attend. Limited seating is available. Only students can attend the in-person screening.

We will be hosting an in-person screening in the Gatton Student Center's Worsham Cinema. Doors will open at 5:30 PM. Only students are invited to attend the in-person screening. The wearing of face coverings and physical distancing will be strictly enforced. Seatings is extremely limited, and those who wish to attend must RSVP on BBNvolved prior to the event.

The University of Kentucky Student Activities Board and the UK Martin Luther King Center.

Please complete the media request form at https://www.uksab.org/media-request/ for any press inquiries regarding this event.

For further questions, please contact publicrelations@uksab.org.

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