Reflecting on King's Teachings

Unitarian Meetinghouse

1475 West Front Street
Lincroft, NJ 07738

Reflecting on King's Teachings with a Present-day Practitioner Join the Social Action Film Series and the Racial Justice Task Force (uucmc.org) for selected short videos highlighting Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy of agape - unconditional love- and discussion about the viability of this method for our present-day challenges. We are very happy to be joined by Mychal Mills, of KYDS, Konscious Youth Development Services, a youth development program that prepares and creates future leaders in Monmouth County through holistic intervention.* http://Konscious.org or see KYDS on Facebook. We will also hear about the Poor People's Campaign, which is carrying on the work Dr. King had underway when he was killed and other projects of the Racial Justice Task Force. The 50th anniversary of Dr. King's assassination is April 4th, 2018, and the public is welcome to participate in the Task Force's plans for commemmoration. Please join and share the facebook event page: Reflecting on King's Teachings https://www.facebook.com/events/161127231193047/?active_tab=about Activists, bring info about your work to share (in print or out loud). If weather is dubious, please call or text 312-388-2011 or 732-284-6312. Free and open to the public. This is a secular event, all views are welcome! *The public is invited to the monthly open mic, One Mic, One Soul, on Jan. 20, at Kula Cafe, Atkins and Springwood in Asbury Park. More info at One Mic One Soul on Facebook.

Sunday - January 14, 2018

Contact:

Sarah Klepner

Phone: 312-388-2011
Website: Click to Visit

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