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We are called on this holiday, not merely to honor, but to celebrate the values of equality, tolerance and interracial sister and brotherhood he so compellingly expressed in his great dream for America. The Parade Will Be Held On January 15, 2018 In Houston's Midtown Originating On San Jacinto Street @ Elgin Street Beginning @ 10A(CST). At Faith Lutheran Church on 4600 Bellaire Blvd and Avenue B.
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In contrast, when sculptor Ed Dwight began making public art in the 1970s, he travelled around the country and observed few monuments chronicling the history of African Americans.
Over the past forty years he has created 128 monuments, memorials & public art installations around the U. depicting the contributions of African Americans to America’s landscape.
how to make the Co H better ready for the next climate change related disaster Please join us for the January meeting! Birthday Celebration Monumental Decisions: Art, Politics, and Social Responsibility Conversation with artist Ed Dwight, Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, and Texas Southern University Art Historian and Curator Dr. King, the Chapel will hold a lecture and conversation exploring the power of symbols in our society today. Flags, monuments, memorials…what story do they tell? What is our collective responsibility to ensure that public space is available for all people, and how do we shape the narrative of the landmarks placed in the public sphere?
We will be celebrating the 1 year anniversary of the Women's March with guest speaker Kim Olson who is running for Commissioner of Agriculture and other speakers. Alvia Wardlaw, moderated by ABC13 Houston news anchor ABC13-Melanie Lawson. In the past two years, a critical narrative around public monuments’ histories and intentions has garnered national attention.
Renowned journalist Doug Miller will moderate; with panelists Art Pronin President Meyerland Democrats, Veronica Nasser President Bellaire/Braeswood Democrats, Odus Evbagharu Vice President University of Houston College Democrats and Harris County Democratic Party Communications Director, and Candace Ten Brink Vice President West University Democrats. This weeks agenda:-discussion of our Core Mission, outlininga. goals-gathering our questions for the HCM meetinga.When you join through Texas NOW, two-thirds of your membership fee stays here in Texas to help build our local and state organizations. We hope you'll march with us as we honor Reverend King’s legacy and to continue the fight to keep his dream alive.