Coretta Scott King Center
The Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom honors the legacy of Antioch’s renowned alumna Coretta Scott King ’51 by facilitating learning, dialogue, and action to advance social justice.
“Struggle is a never ending process. Freedom is never really won. You earn it and win it in every generation.”
— Coretta Scott King ’51
The CSKC hosts a variety of programs and educational initiatives for the campus community and the general public, connecting communities locally and nationally around issues of diversity, inclusion, and justice in all its forms.
Selection of CSKC event recordings
Getting to the Root 2-Day Intensive Workshop on Racial justice Getting To The Root is a workshop where participants will experience a humanistic process for laying a foundation to explore how we have been socialized and conditioned to think about...
Friends, Antiochians, The month of May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. During this month, may we take both time and space to listen and learn from the diverse AAPI communities, celebrating these continued contributions...
The Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom at Antioch College (CSKC) will present awards to Mila Cooper and Chris Chavers ’21 during its annual Legacy Celebration which will be held virtually on Thursday, April 29, at 1 PM...
On April 29, 2021, at 1 PM EDT, the Coretta Scott King Center will co-host its annual legacy celebration with the Celebrate! Maya Project. This free and open-to-the-public virtual gathering, Sisterhood & Social Justice, honors the life and legacy of two American giants, Coretta Scott King (Antioch College Class of 1951) and Dr. Maya Angelou.
Articles highlight Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s ties to the Dayton area and the relevance of his message today, including Antioch College.
Phillip Agnew will give free and open to the public keynote at Antioch College Wellness Center South Gym on February 20 at 7 PM.
About the Center
Coretta Scott King, an Antioch College alumna class of 1951, granted the College the use of her name for a center that provides education, awareness and advocacy around issues of social justice and diversity. The Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom facilitates learning, dialogue, and action to advance social justice.
The Coretta Scott King Center may be reserved for meetings and events. Antioch students, faculty and staff have priority but the space is also available for community use. Priority is given to events that align with the mission and purpose of the CSKC. Approval is granted as the discretion of the CSKC Director. To reserve space, start with the Rentals & Events form.
The Coretta Scott King Center offices and community space are located on Livermore Street at E Center College Street.