DIALOGUE & DIVERSITY THROUGH THE ARTS SERIES
a performance in commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.
Monday, January 18
4 - 6 p.m.
with Clandis Payne
Clandis Payne, a Psychology Doctorate Program student at Antioch University, will perform and facilitate "experiential moments" on the topic of cultural diversity.
Judith Meisel, a Holocaust survivor, will discuss the experiences that inspired her activity in the civil rights movement, which included the March on Washington and meeting Martin Luther King Jr. Click to read Mrs. Meisel's Portraits of Survival story.
Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center
524 Chapala Street (between Cota & Haley), Santa Barbara
|Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - A Noble Man, by Paul Redd|
This presentation is part of a new, ongoing series of performances showcasing
“Dialogue and Diversity Through the Arts.”
Part II of this series will include a theatrical performance with Sara Miller McCune reading from the books Freedom's Wings, and The Diary of Anne Frank.
SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, April 8, 7 - 8:30 p.m.