Tuesday, January 20, 2015

We kick off King Day 2015 Monday! Come to the DuSable Museum andCelebrate! #BLACKLIVESMATTER

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Celebrate King Day with the DuSable Museum by Reflecting on the Dream!
Reflecting on the DreamProgramming for the entire family
The King Day Read On Powerful Civil Rights passages read by invited Chicago Community Leaders, media personalities, and concerned citizens.
A Legacy for Americas Children, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Musical Narrative Play performed by Joan Collaso.
Reflecting on the Dream: Black Lives Matter Students from several Chicago based Colleges and Universities discuss poignant questions affecting the Black Community.
Arts and Crafts and much more.
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