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Cleveland Clinic MLK Day of Celebration

Cleveland Clinic MLK Day of Celebration
Program
Cleveland Convention Center
January 16, 2015

The annual Cleveland Clinic MLK Day of Celebration took place at the Cleveland Convention Center on January 16, 2015. It began with an Interfaith Community Service.

The program began with Obed Shelton playing We Shall Overcome on violin.

Obed Shelton playing violin

Obed Shelton



Reverend Dr. Amy Greene gave the invocation at the 2015 Cleveland Clinic Martin Luther King MLK Day of Celebration.



Linda Bradley, MD was given the 2015 Volunteer of the Year award.

Linda Bradley, MD was given the 2015 Volunteer of the Year award

Cleveland Clinic President and CEO Delos 'Toby' Cosgrove, MD presented the Lifetime of Service Award to the Honorable Louis Stokes, US House of Representatives (retired).

Cleveland Clinic President and CEO Delos 'Toby' Cosgrove, MD

Cleveland Clinic President and CEO Delos 'Toby' Cosgrove, MD

The Honorable Louis Stokes, US House of Representatives (retired), accepts the Lifetime of Service Award.

The Honorable Louis Stokes, US House of Representatives (retired)

The Honorable Louis Stokes

Cleveland Clinic President and CEO Delos 'Toby' Cosgrove, MD introduced keynote speaker Ursula M. Burns, Chairman and CEO of Xerox Corporation.

Cleveland Clinic President and CEO Delos 'Toby' Cosgrove, MD and Ursula M. Burns, Chairman and CEO of Xerox Corporation

Delos 'Toby' Cosgrove, MD and Ursula M. Burns



Ursula M. Burns, Chairman and CEO of Xerox Corporation, gave the keynote address (split into the 2 videos below)which included her personal history.



Ursula Burns, Louis Stokes and Toby Cosgrove

Ursula Burns, Louis Stokes and Toby Cosgrove

Dick Pogue and Rep. Marcy Kaptur

Dick Pogue and Rep. Marcy Kaptur

Fred Nance

Fred Nance

with Hiro Fujita

with Hiro Fujita

with Jose Feliciano

with Jose Feliciano

Cleveland Clinic's Anila Nicklos

Cleveland Clinic's Anila Nicklos


Martin Luther King Jr. quote

2015 Cleveland Clinic MLK Day Interfaith Service - Page 1


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