After nearly 30 years, Levi Watkins Jr. still believes in the healing power
of celebrating the life of his slain mentor.
Levi Watkins has spent a lifetime putting into practice the lessons he learned as a young teenager from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. And, each January for
29 years, he has shared his mentor’s virtues and wisdom with Hopkins and the community.
Articles in this Issue
After nearly 30 years, Levi Watkins Jr. still believes in the healing power of celebrating the life of his slain mentor, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration
The 29 th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration features guest speakers Shirley Sherrod, the former United States Department of Agriculture official, and Vice Admiral Regina Benjamin, U.S. Surgeon General.
In the true spirit of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr’s commitment to making a difference for all humanity, the MLK Award recipients for 2010
Training in cultural differences helped our Medicaid managed-care organization Priority Partners better serve its growing Hispanic members.
Our Human Resources
School at Work gives entry-level employees at Suburban Hospital a helpful boost to further their education.
Around Hopkins Medicine
The Inside Hopkins Medicine intranet gets a major facelift next month, as faculty and staff have expressed the desire for better interaction when communicating, more practical and engaging information, and efficient access to tools and resources.