MLK Day

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Domestic Impact of War Speech Nov. 1967 speech

King told labor leaders “Military adventures must  stultify domestic progress to insure the certainty of military success. This is the reason the poor …have a double stake in peace and international harmony.”

1967 Dec. statement by MLK

King announced the Poor People’s Campaign would stay in Washington “until some definite and positive action is taken to provide jobs and income for the poor.”

OBU Breakfast 2011

flyer for OBU's annual MLK Day breakfast

MLK Day Breakfast

Monday, January 17, 2011 - 8:00am - 11:00am

Southern NH Outreach for Black Unity's  (OBU) Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast.  The Keynote Speaker will be the Rev. Jeffrey L. Brown, Co-founder and Executive Director of Boston Ten Point Coalition, and the Immediate Retired Pastor of Union Baptist Church Cambridge, MA.  Music by: Bro. Lionel Gilkes and the OBU Community Ensemble.  Youth Speaks Out: Ms. Alisha Freeman, NEP Ministries.

Cost: Adults $25.00 Youth/Students $15.00, Children 4yrs. and under free.

Martin Luther King Day Community Celebration

Monday, January 17, 2011 - 2:00pm - 5:00pm

The 29th annual Martin Luther King Day Community Celebration will feature Valerie Cunningham as guest speaker and presentation of the annual MLK Day Award to Linda Gathright.  Potluck meal (bring what you can!) begins at 2 PM, with the program from 3 to 5 PM.  The program will also feature music from the West HS Jazz Band and the Rhythm of New Hampshire Show Chorus.

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Making kits for distribution to Haiti.  Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 2010.

Thanks for making our MLK Volunteer Day for Haiti a huge success!

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The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

On January 18th, AFSC's Greensboro office held a volunteer day to make disaster relief kits for Haiti. Thanks to the enormous turnout we had, it was a huge success!  

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The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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