A-B Community Event: Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Tribute

Date:
Jan 18, 2021
Time:
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Address:
United States
Organizer:
Will Barnett

Highrock, along with many other Acton-Boxborough faith communities, is co-sponsoring the following event:

What Martin Luther King, Jr. Can Teach Us About Race and Equity in the Suburbs

A panel discussion, over zoom, featuring representatives of local grassroots organizations working for racial justice:

  • Racial Justice for Black Lives (RJ4BL)
  • Acton-Boxborough Students for Equity & Justice (ABSEJ)
  • Educators Committed to Anti-Racism, Equity, and Social Justice (ECARES)

This program is co-hosted by Na'aseh, the social justice arm of Congregation Beth Elohim, RJ4BL and ABSEJ. The program is moderated by AB School Committee member, Evelyn Abayaah-Issah and features music by the ABRHS Madrigals

Register HERE to receive the ZOOM link and password by email prior to the event. 

This event, as always, is free of charge. You have the opportunity, on the registration form, to include a donation. Donations are very much appreciated and are used to underwrite next year's MLK Jr. Day event. 

Optionally, we are offering a catered meal for $12 per meal. The meal is vegetarian black bean chili and cornbread.  The meals are being prepared by a group of volunteers led by our own Barbara Frank of ABcatering. We will provide pick-up instructions prior to the evening of the event.