MLK Day Interfaith Service

We are so inspired by the wonderful conversations generated at the MLK Day Interfaith Service last week!

We were the “keynote activity,” at the service and along with our local team, led over 200 people of various ages, races, classes, and ethnicities in short, story-based conversations about what bias, prejudice, diversity, justice, and civil rights means to them. Then, as a community, Milton spoke their “No Place for Hate” pledge. It was a great night, and so special to be able to take part in this annual event. Thank you!

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