Composed in April 1963, Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” was a dispatch from the very center of the most galvanizing activist movement America has known. It represents a call to nonviolent resistance, an admonishment to passive allies, a how-to-guide to protest, a canny piece of PR, a landmark work of protest literature, and a full-throated prophecy for America. In Dr. King’s memory, artists, activists, authors, and elected officials will gather to share his timeless message.
Larry Gossett, King County Councilmember
Jill Mangaliman, Executive Director of Got Green
Ubax Gardheere, Program Director at Puget Sound Sage
Juan Alonso-Rodriguez, Artist
Toby Crittenden, former executive director at the Washington Bus
Stasia Irons, host of Street Sounds on KEXP
Michael Ramos, Executive Director of the Church Council of Greater Seattle
Alex Rhue, Town Hall Seattle staff member
Dramaturge: Lauren Hester, The Satori Group
Presented by: Town Hall as a part of our Civics series.
Series supported by:
True Brown Foundation
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