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.”
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.
OBU, PO Box 3323, Nashua, NH 03061-3323 or call 603-882-8994.
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.
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! We were covered by many news outlets, some of which are linked below.
We made nearly twice as many kits as we expected for Haiti -- final count is 97 -- and also produced over 70 kits for local use. We think this is a great way to demonstrate the way that issues of poverty and economic justice cross borders, and affect us here in the Triad.
AFSC is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Our work is based on the belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Learn more
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