Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Celebration

Digital illustration by Manny Dempsey of a Black man with brightly colored strokes coming off of the face and to the right wearing a yellow crown; to the right is a mural by Hobbs Waters that has brightly colored shapes and words that read "BLACK BOY JOY" and "Aspire"; infront is a photo of Andrew Jolivette smiling at the camera wearing a black rimmed cap and a read hoodie

Black Lives, Black Leadership: From Mattering to Thriving

Join us from 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. on January 20, 2021 featuring guest speaker Andrew Jolivette.

We will also be showing artwork from local artists Manny Dempsey & Hobbs Waters, as well as the singing of the Black National Anthem by GodSisterz.

The event will be held live on Zoom.

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