Milwaukee, January 18, 2021: A Virtual Celebration Recognizing Dr. King’s Vision of a Beloved Community

About this Event

A Virtual Celebration Recognizing Dr. King’s Vision of a Beloved Community:

• The Great Gatherings for Black Lives Matter

The diverse marches to end police violence brought together black, brown, white, old and young, gay and straight by the tens of thousands across the country and around the world to demand justice and respect for our Black brothers and sisters.

• The Great Frontline Heroes of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Doctors, nurses, technicians, service people, teachers, mail carriers, grocery clerks, firefighters – the list goes on and on of people who are risking their lives for the rest of us in the midst of this pandemic.

Words of Dr. King and music performed by local actors and musicians including Andre Lee Ellis, DiMonte Henning, Dorothy James, David Nunley, Juli Wood, Robin Pluer.

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, we will have a safe, virtual gathering on Zoom.

Endorsed by the Martin Luther King Justice Coalition which includes: St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Peace Action Wisconsin, Veterans for Peace, Casa Maria, Summer of Peace, Voces de la Frontera, Milw. Branch WILPF, Injured Workers Center, Greater Milwaukee Green Party, Progressive Democrats of America in Milw. County, Souls to the Polls, WAVE, Welfare Warriors. Marquette U. Center for Peacemaking, Milwaukee Alliance Against Rascist and Political Repression, Milwaukee Justice Coalition, Mothers for Justice United, 350 Milwaukee, Riverwest Neighborhood Ass., Vietnam Vets Against the War, Wis. Conf. of Branches NAACP, SEIU, Catholics for Peace and Justice, Rid Racism Milwaukee, We Got This, End the Wars Coalition, Poor Peoples Campaign, Milw., Wis. Coalition to Normalize Relations with Cuba, Milwaukee Turners, Central United Methodist Church.

Contact: George Martin 414-745-5740

The event is free but donations are appreciated and will be used for future MLK events.

Peace Action of Wisconsin

Image may contain: 1 person, text that says '" Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."'

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