The MLK Day Planning Committee presents its display, “A Walk Through Institutional Oppression.” This display, a key component of Concordia’s annual MLK Day, seeks to acknowledge and educate the Concordia campus community on institutional barriers and forms of oppression that have historically impacted marginalized populations that continue to impact American society today. This year, the committee has chosen to shed light on how gerrymandering, medical violence, educational racism, environmental racism, police violence, and religious oppression have deeply affected Black people’s ability to achieve “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” as was promised to all Americans in the Declaration of Independence.