The memory and work of Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. was honored at the 33rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Ceremony, Friday, Jan. 14, at Kresge Auditorium in the UC College of
An audience of 200 listened to keynote
speaker Ken Hanover, CEO of the Health Alliance, present a personal,
introspective reflection of his awakening to the racial division that
Dr. King fought to reconcile.
Kenneth Davis, MD, vice chairman of the
Department of Surgery at the UC College of Medicine, was one of four
scholarship recipients whose actions have served to foster the guiding
principles and philosophies of Dr. King. Other recipients were Stacie
Doyle, University Hospital's Barrett Cancer Center; Tijuane Martin, the
Health Alliance; and Angela Mullins, The Christ Hospital.