Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Service: Meeting the Demands of Power
Representative John Lewis said that when Dr. King was killed it felt as though part of himself died with him. And yet he still worked with other people to fight for racial justice and the common good for the next fifty. What does this mean for us today? Ms. Antinuke Diver, Executive Director, Durham CAN, Guest Speaker.
We are an open group for mutual support/affirmation. Contact: Michael Owen
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