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Friday, October 14th, 2011

MLK Invite

UPDATE: If you can’t join us in person watch LIVE by clicking here Sunday 10/16 at 12:30ET.

This Sunday, October 16th, our colleagues at The Drum Major Institute, Why Tuesday? co-founders Ambassador Andrew Young and William Wachtel, and Why Tuesday? advisory board member Martin King III invite you to join a special celebration of all of the veterans of the Civil Rights movement, as we contemplate the legacy of Dr. King and what it means to us all today.

Immediately following the Commemoration Ceremony of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial at 12:30PM this luncheon gathering will take place in the Newseum’s Knight Conference Center located at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

Please see the attached invitation for more information. We very much hope you will be there and request that you RSVP by e-mailing We.Marched-at-gmail-dot-com.

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