MLK Forum- Renewing Dr. King's Poor People's Campaign

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Monday, January 20, 2014 - 3:30pm - 5:00pm

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Join us for a Community Forum

Waking from the Nightmare:

Renewing Dr. King’s Poor People’s Campaign

Hear from an inspiring panel of community leaders including:

  •  Rev. Antoine Lee with the Oak Park Neighborhood Association;

  •  Bishop James Tindal with Urban Summit;

  • Councilman Michael Brooks, President, Concerned Clergy of GKC;

  • Michael D. Bates, NAACP-KCMO Executive Committee member

  • Terrance Wise, Workers Organizing Committee of KC

And learn what their organizations are doing to revive a Poor People’s campaign and how we all can work together to reduce poverty and create greater economic justice.

 at Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church,

2310 E. Linwood Blvd., KCMO

 (The forum precedes the 6:00pm MLK Holiday Mass Celebration)

This event is organized by: American Friends Service Committee & Southern Christian Leadership Conference of GKC.
And co-sponsors: AdHoc Group Against Crime; Concerned Clergy of GKC; Jobs Now! Coalition; MO Jobs with Justice; NAACP-KCMO; PeaceWorks; PROMO; Urban Summit-KC and the Workers Organizing Committee of KC.

Contact Information: 

American Friends Service Committee: 816 931-5256


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