On January 21, 2013, AFSC's Friend of a Friend program led a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day community tribunal at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Govans, Baltimore. Residents shared their experiences and concerns with the Maryland prison system and brainstormed strategies for making their voices heard.
Annual Martin Luther King Day Breakfast, featuring the Rev. Lauren Smith of Unitarian-Universalist Church giving the keynote and dedicated to the Portsmouth's African Burying Ground. Tickets $18 for adults.
Southern New Hampshire Outreach for Black Unity's 29th annual Martin Luther King Day Breakfast will feature the Rev. Renee Rouse as guest speaker. Arnie Alpert will give his usual "Report from Concord."
The event will also include music, contributions from youth, and a hearty breakfast.
Tickets for adults are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Youth/student tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Under four years old are free.
Send checks to: OBU, Box 3323, Nashua, NH 03061-3323.
The Greater Concord Interfaith Council is holding a Service Rally, sponsoring service projects, and showing a film. After the film, "At the River I Stand," Arnie Alpert will lead discussion about Dr. King, faith values, solidarity with labor, and economic justice.
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