Fifty years ago, Dr. King announced the Poor People’s Campaign. Although launched in 1968, this movement continues to be relevant today. Join City Mission for our annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Learning, where we will continue this important work. The US Census reflects the huge disparities in Boston, where the poverty rate for white residents is just under 7%, and for Black residents is 21.5%. We will have panel discussion and small group sharing about poverty, race and what our faith demands us to do about it.
The event will include guest speakers and facilitated small group discussion to help us learn from, and build community, with each other. REGISTRATION AND TICKETS NEEDED! See ticket link to register today!
For more information, contact Katie Omberg at 617-742-6830 ext. 200, or by email, [email protected]
or go tohttps://citymissionboston.org/what-we-do/community-engagement/mlk-day-of-learning/