RESCHEDULED--4th Annual King Peace Program

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Tuesday, February 8, 2011 - 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Dr. Bernard Lafayette

The Rev. Dr. Lafayette, an ordained minister, is a longtime civil rights activis

Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Keynote Speaker for the 4th Annual King Peace Program

Photo Credit: 
Emory University

The AFSC Southern Regional Office will host its annual Peace Day Program at the King Center highlighting the historical connection between the AFSC and Dr. King’s work in the Civil Rights movement and beyond.

The program will include a social justice marketplace, a keynote speaker and cultural performances that engage the next generation of peacemakers with Dr. King’s message. This year’s speaker, Dr. Bernard Lafayette, shares a unique connection with both the AFSC and the King Center, as a former staff of the AFSC and a member of Dr. King’s inner circle.

Join us as we use the arts to celebrate peace in our communities and continue to educate the world on the relevance of Dr. King’s teachings.

Contact Information: 

Alice Lovelace 404.586.0460 ext.17

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