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Justice, Legal Services & Civil Rights
Families, Homeless, Immigrants, Refugees or Ethnic Groups, LGBT (Lesbian, Gay,Bisexual,Transgender), Low-income communities, Military/Veterans, Offenders/Ex-offenders, People with Disabilities, People with Health-based Concerns, Visitors & Travelers

Age Minimum (with Adult): 13+, Minimum Age:18+

Dr. Martin Luther King: The Dream, Then and Now

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr has made an enormous impact on both the Civil Rights movement and on the ways in which we talk about race and equity in the Untied States. Join us for an in-depth discussion with history professor, Brazell Carter, where we will examine the ways in which Dr. King's words and advocacy continues to inspire ongoing activism and social change in our world. Guests include Chris Kelly, Mayor of Hercules. 

Saturday, January 16 
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Click here to register! You will receive information on how to access the Zoom event on the day before the program. For closed-captioning, please contact the library at least 72 hours before the event.

This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Hercules Library.

 

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