“Courage to Lead” was the theme for Pingree School’s annual celebration of Martin Luther King Day on Tuesday, January 18. The day began with a performance by the Pingree instrumental music groups, followed by an audio-visual presentation of the MLK speech delivered the night before the civil rights leader’s assassination. Then, student Sam Garcia spoke about gay rights leader Harvey Milk and showed a film clip and leaders of the Muslim Student Association showed “What Would You Do?, a television program that raised the issue of being a bystander rather than an activist when witnessing discrimination. Pingree theater lab and [More]