Black History Today: Silence is Not an Option at AJ Williams-Myers African Roots Library in Kingston

Roz Pelles, the Senior Strategic Advisor to the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival, has been a lifetime labor and Black activist. From the 1960’s until today, she has helped make history. With over 50 years of movement experience, she will emphasize her work over the last few years in the growing people’s movements, Moral Mondays, in NC, and the national New Poor People’s Campaign. Building on the experience gained in the sixties struggles, today’s movements open vast new possibilities. Come and be a part of history in the making. Read more about Rosalyn Woodward Pelles' bio and event details on the website below. Age range: Mature. Food: light refreshments will be served. Registration: this is a free event, however we ask that you RSVP online so we may have a estimation of how many people are coming. This event is a part of Black History Month Kingston 2018. 

Saturday, February 3, 2018 -
6 pm to 8 pm
AJ Williams-Myers African Roots Library
43 Gill St.