Friday, January 13, 2012

Honoring Dr. King in Crown Heights




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).
From CHCA:
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

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