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MLK Day, World of Wellesley event
January 17 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
The World Of Wellesley’s annual Dr. MLK Day 2022 virtual program, Good Trouble: Civil Rights are Not a Waiting Game, will take place virtually, Jan. 17, 9am-11am. Events are free, and everybody is welcome. Register here.
Participants will be invited to engage in small- and large-group conversations about Will Smith’s Netflix series “Amend: The Fight for America,” the episode titled “Wait,” and its relevance to the challenges we all continue to face today. Topic suggestions will include actions that can be taken individually and collectively to bring about change. Wellesley Public School students and World of Wellesley board members will co-facilitate the discussion. Watching the series episode ahead of time is not required for participation in the discussion.
EVENT: Good Trouble: Civil Rights Are Not a Waiting Game
DATE: January 17, 2022
TIME: 9am – 11am
LOCATION: Zoom/ VIRTUAL
COSTS: Events are free. Donations accepted here.
Community members who are interested in volunteering can contact WOW at [email protected]