Photo Gallery | Douglas Anderson Students Honor MLK in Unique Way

Students in Douglas Anderson School of the Arts' Issue-Based Theatre class honored the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr., today by staging a Flash Mob Tribute to the values that Dr. King espoused.

The students of Theatre instructor Bonnie Harrison froze in place, then suddenly stood up and created a tableau that drew everyone's attention to their message. Each student paid tribute to M.L.K. in a brief but interesting way. The Flash Mob concluded with the raising of a banner, proclaiming "I Have A Dream," and invited all students to write their own personal dreams on the banner. 

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