The Martin Luther King Association of Asheville and Buncombe County, in partnership with the Wilma Dykeman Legacy, presents “Celebrating Women’s History through the Written Word: The Prose of Dr. Stephanie Powell Watts”. Although Women’s History Month has passed, I think we will all agree that Women’s History should be celebrated every month! I encourage you to view and share the video with your communities.
This video was a COPE Program event.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Association of Asheville & Buncombe County, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) entity, is currently planning for our annual MLK, Jr. Celebration events. The format for the 2021 Celebration will be different this year due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. As we commemorate forty (40) years of service and celebrations, we will move most of our programming to online platforms utilizing YouTube and Zoom. The 2021 programming will be expanded to a week-long list of events, and the speaker for the Prayer Breakfast will be Dr. Oralene Simmons, President, MLK Association. She will be sharing some of the forty-year struggles of not only the Association, but the 400 years of struggles of the Black race in the United States.
How to Watch: Programming Will be available starting 1/15/21 on YouTube. Subscribe and hit the bell icon to receive a notification each time a video is published for MLK Week!
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