The 39th Annual
Martin Luther King Jr.
Observance Day
Association Celebration

 
 
REGISTRATION
FOR INSTITUTE
  MLK, Jr. Institute for
Community
and
Social Change
 
AGENDA
CLOSING LUNCHEON (only)
REGISTRATION
 
 
 
 


LeRoy Zimmerman
Institute Faculty
Bio

 

"An idea not coupled with action will never get any bigger than the brain cell it occupied." – Arnold H. Glasgow

About the Institute:
The Institute experience is based on a 2.5 day agenda designed to  provide participants the opportunity to transform an idea they have to serve the needs of their community into a customized action plan that when implemented will serve to bring about lasting social change.

Why should you attend:
The MLK Observance Day Association, Inc. recognizes there are everyday people working on a daily basis to bring about resources, peace and unity to their neighborhood and/or community. We realize you have ideas to make a difference but, don't have the resources or the support to get them off the ground. In an attempt to fulfill this need for community support, the Association is proud to present the MLK Institute for Community and Social Change. The Institute agenda offers workshops and small group sessions geared to help you develop and hone an Action Plan to take back to your campus, neighborhood or community and then put it into action! The Institute will culminate with a closing luncheon. City Councilman Van R. Johnson, II will be the guest speaker.

Who should attend:
Concerned citizens, members of neighborhood associations, civic organizations, Greek organizations, college student organizations, college students, community organizers and church/synagogue ministry members/leaders are strongly encouraged to attend!

Groups or individuals may register using a single form. THE COST OF PARTICIPATING IS $20 (NONREFUNDABLE) PER PERSON.
The fee covers materials, meals and closing luncheon.

 



Thurmond Tillman
Institute Faculty
Bio


Stephanie Cutter
Institute Faculty
Bio

Lucero Aradillas
Institute Faculty
Bio


Brian Dawsey
Institute Faculty
Bio


Andrea Willingham
Institute Faculty
Bio



Thomas Bullock
Workshop Speaker
Bio


Wanda Lloyd
Workshop Speaker
Bio



Cindy Kelley
Opening Speaker
Bio


Van R. Johnson, II
Luncheon Speaker
Bio