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Pittsford Honors Martin Luther King's Legacy

Posted: 
January 8, 2020

Pittsford honors Martin Luther King's Legacy with a series of events from January 14 - 18. The Town of Pittsford will provide American Sign Language interpretation during the two post-movie discussions (January 14 and 16), the panel discussion on January 15, and for the story telling event on January 18.

PITTSFORD HONORS MARTIN LUTHER KING'S LEGACY | 1/14 - 1/18

January 14: FILM DISCUSSION SERIES: 13th (Not Rated) - Documentary that explores race, justice and incarceration in the United States. Location: Pittsford Community Library, Fisher Meeting Room | 6:00pm
ASL interpretation provided for post-movie discussion.

January 15: PANEL DISCUSSION: Update on living the dream in Pittsford. Location: Pittsford Community Library, Fisher Meeting Room | 6:00pm
ASL interpretation provided for panel discussion.

January 16: FILM DISCUSSION SERIES: I am Not Your Negro (PG-13) - Documentary based on James Baldwin’s unfinished manuscript about civil rights leaders Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Location: Pittsford Community Library, Fisher Meeting Room | 6:00pm
ASL interpretation provided for post-movie discussion.

January 17: FAMILY EVENT sponsored by Friends of Pittsford Village Location: First Presbyterian Church of Pittsford Fellowship Hall | 6:30pm

January 18: AFRICAN STORY TELLING EVENT: Almeta Whitis - Enjoy storytelling, songs, theatre games and more in a family-oriented event. Location: Kings Bend Park, North Lodge | 2:00pm
ASL interpretation provided for post-movie discussion.

These events have been developed thanks to the efforts of a Martin Luther King, Jr. community group.