“I have the audacity to believe that people everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education and culture for their minds and dignity, equality and freedom for their spirits. I believe that what self-centered men can have turn down, other-centered men can build up.”– Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
All of us here at Audrey Press are excited to announce that our own Valarie Budayr will be speaking this Thursday evening at the New Providence Presbyterian Church/Westminster Hall. Her topic: Are the principals of non-violence by Dr. King relevant in the 21st century?
This evening is free and open to the public so please join Valarie and the impressive list of fellow speakers for an evening of thought, education, and fellowship.
Christopher Jackson,Alcoa, Inc.
Frances Henderson-Louis, Maryville College
Bertin Louis, University of Tennessee
Steve Musick, New Providence Presbyterian Church
Valarie Budayr, Community Volunteer and Publisher
Jan Haun, Physician, Loudon County
The Blount County MLK, Jr Celebration Committee welcomes you to a panel presentation and community discussion of non-violence principals in the 21st century. January 12 at New Providence Presbyterian Church/Westminster Hall at 7pm. Jan. 12, 2012 .For more information on this event and upcoming events, visit Blount County’s Martin Luther King Jr Celebration website.Connect with Audrey Press on Social Media