There are several excellent ways to honor King's legacy right here in Crown Heights this weekend. I've copied the announcement from the Crow Hill Community Association about their community clean-up on Monday, which ILFA will be attending, in full below. If you've got little ones underfoot, the Brooklyn Children's Museum has events on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, and if you'd like a stimulating discussion of Dr. King's legacy, check out or tune in to WNYC's annual MLK Day Event at the Brooklyn Museum, "In MLK'S Footsteps: Education as a Civil Right" (last year's event was truly fantastic, and this year's, with a timely topic and a killer lineup of panelists, should be just as good).
WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN USAS WE CELEBRATE MARTIN LUTHER KING’S LEGACYWITH A CLEAN UP OF OUR COMMUNITY
Come to the Crow Hill Community Garden (730 Franklin between Park & Sterling) on MLK Day Observed: Monday January 16th, 10-12 Bring gloves, outdoor brooms/dustpans, garbage bags, etc. Bring your family, friends & neighbors and please tell any HS students who might need to do community service