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Public Talk Unpacking Privilege

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1/16/2017 - Starts: 10:00 AM
Davis & Elkins College, Myles Center for the Arts Harper-McNeeley Auditorium
: Authors and international speakers Tiffany Jana and Matthew Freeman will present a talk titled Unpacking Privilege at 10 a.m. Monday, January 16 in Myles Center for the Arts Harper-McNeeley Auditorium on the campus of Davis & Elkins College. Open to the public, the event is part of D&E’s First-Year Symposium focusing on democracy. Admission is free.
visit www.dewv.edu/arts-entertainment or email kittlea2@dewv.edu.

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A Service in Memory of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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1/16/2017 - Starts: 3:00 PM
Davis& elkins College, Myles Center for the Arts Harper-McNeeley Auditorium
Davis & Elkins College will host a service in memory of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at 3 p.m. Monday, January 16 in Myles Center for the Arts Harper-McNeeley Auditorium. The program will include a scripture reading, music and a showing of an excerpt from “Three Evils of Society.” The Rev. Jeremiah Jasper, pastor of Woodford Memorial United Methodist Church in Elkins, will serve as guest speaker. Davis & Elkins College students also will take part in the program. The ceremony will conclude with a conversation titled “Where do we go from here?” and the lighting of candles for peace. There is no admission fee.
Rev. Kevin Starcher, Benfield-Vick Chaplain at D&E

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11th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Celebration: "Nonviolence is Courageous"

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1/16/2017 - Starts: 2:00 PM - Ends: 3:30 PM
Metropolitan Theatre, 373 High Street, Morgantown,
The Community Coalition for Social Justice will explore the theme of “Non-violence is courageous” during its Eleventh Annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Celebration on Monday, January 16, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. at the Metropolitan Theatre, 373 High Street, Morgantown. Main Street Morgantown co-sponsors this family-friendly event, while the City of Morgantown provides financial support.
The program will feature music in the lobby before the event, a welcome by Morgantown Mayor Marti Shamberger; music by the Flying Colors, Morgantown Children’s Choir, the Morgantown Community Orchestra, and the Cheat Lake Elementary School Choir; and a performance by children from the Shack Neighborhood House. Jeremy Thomas will recite sections of Dr. King’s speech “Where Do We Go From Here?,” and Lt. Matt Solomon of the Morgantown Police Department will talk about how “Police Officers are Peace Officers.” Art students from St. Francis Central Catholic School provide posters to publicize the event. The Morgantown Police Department is providing coloring and activity books on “How to Handle Bullying” for the children attending, and Rachel Wood of Virtus Wealth Solutions purchased crayons for them. High school HSTA students will assist at the event.
This program is free and open to the public, but those attending are asked to bring contributions like granola bars and dried fruit for the Scotts Run Settlement House Backpack Snack Program.
For more information on the Community Coalition for Social Justice, the Backpack Snack Program, and this program, please go to www.ccsjwv.org or email ccsjwv@hotmail.com.

Barb Howe, 304-599-6743, ccsjwv@hotmail.com

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