The Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Commission commits to providing King Conversation Series to communities in Utah, which provide an opportunity to reflect on Dr. King ’s legacy of service and its meaning in today’s world. Past topics included Juneteenth, LBGT Equality, Women and Girls in Educational Opportunities, and other topics around human rights, diversity and equality.
As a Commission, we hope these conversations provide an opportunity for people to come together for thoughtful discussion and dialogue, even if they don’t share each other’s values or experiences. Our ultimate goal is that each conversation will celebrate and explore service and civil rights as a jumping-off point to explore the personal and social importance of public service and civic engagement.
Upcoming King Conversation Series
Thursday, May 4, 2017 | 5:45 to 8:40 PM
Salt Lake City Public Library
210 East 400 South
Level Four Conference Room
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
We invite you to join us for an adventure into the world of respectful dialogue where prejudices & biases need not be the end of a conversation, but the beginning of a new one. For more information visit the Village Square or register for the event below.