Clark University to Host MLK Day Discussion Panel
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Clark University is located on 950 Main Street in Worcester.
The panel is titled "Living the Revolution through Day to Day Struggle," and will feature discussion on Martin Luther King Jr. and his thousands of followers.
The discussion will also be brought to present time and will talk about the need for the sorts of social, political, and economic changes that have galvanized the nation toward mass mobilization these past few months.
Discussion leaders include Lakiyra Williams, manager of student services at Breakthrough Greater Boston, Steve O'Neil, organizer with Worcester-based E.P.O.C.H, Shara Smith, coordinator and movement director for Move to Amend and David Minasian, business representative for the New England Carpenters Union.
The Event is free and open to the public. For more information call 508-421-3725
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