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Jan 17th 2016

MLK Multi Faith Celebration

Dartmouth College >< Sunday, January 17, 2016, 3p >< Rollins Chapel

The William Jewett Tucker Center will host the annual Community Multi-Faith Celebration honoring the life and works of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Sunday, January 17, 2016
3:00pm-4:15pm
Rollins Chapel
Please join us for the 2016 Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Faith Celebration on Sunday, January 17th, at 3PM in Rollins Chapel. Our preacher is Rev. Leah Daughtry ’84. Pastor of the House of the Lord Church in Washiongton, DC and Chief Executive Officer of the 2016 Democtatic National Convention. The Service will also include musical offerings from the Dartmouth Gospel Choir and the World Music Percussion Ensemble.Sponsored by the William Jewett Tucker Center.Begin time: 3pmĀ  End time: 4:15pm
For more information, contact:
Tucker Center
603-646-3780

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Frank Lesher - Jan 16th @ 02:51pm

Dear Rev. Daughtry, I greatly enjoyed your remarks here at Dartmouth yesterday afternoon on civil discourse. I especially appreciated your answer to me on my despondency regarding whether we will ever get back to a time where civil discussions lead to agreement, even among Rs and Ds. I too, am a 'captive of Hope' and usually optimism too, but this current electoral cycle is certainly testing all of us. By coincidence, I see in today's NYT op-Ed by Timothy Egan, that he shares the sentiment I voiced in my too-long question to you ..."his (POTUS) years in office showed how deep-rooted the sentiments behind those barriers remains". I will comfort myself with the words you quoted from Maya Angelou, who I first heard speak when I attended President Clinton's inauguration as Ron Brown's guest....I wish they both were still with us. Very best wishes, Frank , happy parent of D'02s and a D'10

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