José Huizar *94, the first Latino immigrant elected to the Los Angeles City Council and Princeton’s first Latino trustee, delivered the keynote address at Princeton’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration Jan. 21. Immigration was the theme of this year’s event, and Huizar said that today’s immigrant-rights marches draw inspiration from King’s work for civil rights. “If you look where each struggle has been or each struggle is going, it is clear that both travel on the same road,” he said. “They seek to expand the dignity of human rights. They are motivated by the desire for equal opportunity. They embrace justice. But most importantly, they fulfill the need to make a better life.” During the event at Richardson Auditorium, the University honored area schoolchildren who contributed posters, essays, or videos to the annual King Day contests. Journey Awards for achievement and service were presented to Anna Almore ’08, a leader in the Black Student Union’s mentoring program, and John Templeton, assistant dean for graduate admissions in the Woodrow Wilson School.