The Human Relations Advisory Committee thanks everyone who made this year’s Martin Luther King Day Celebration a powerful catalyst for discussion and reflection. This annual event is meant to celebrate the contributions of a great leader, but is also a charge for action. It reminds each us of our responsibility to make this world a better place: to “stand together for justice” wherever and whenever necessary.
This celebration continues this Tuesday, April 14th from 6:20-6:30 with the presentation of the Hero Art Posters painted by Rob Surette and funded by Eastern Bank, The Reading and Massachusetts Cultural Councils, The Burlington Kohl’s Associates-In-Action Program, Moynihan Lumber, and Capozzi Construction.
Please see a recent Reading Chronicle article that talks about the Martin Luther King celebration event and this Tuesday’s unveiling of the portraits.
Enjoy the District-wide Arts Festival and witness the unveiling of role models intended to keep the conversations going about ways we can “Stand Together for Justice.”