Join Ms. Drama and the National Action Network on Monday, January 16th at 12 noon for a panel discussion on gun violence. Learn what your community needs to do to be safe and how to change the policies to ensure it.
Details after the break:
NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK’S KING DAY PUBLIC POLICY FORUM
WHAT WOULD DR. KING SAY & WHAT WOULD DR. KING DO ABOUT THE CULTURE OF GUN VIOLENCE?
Ms. Drama and the National Action Network will talk about this and more at this special forum.
ARRIVE EARLY SEATING WILL BE LIMTED:
MONDAY JANUARY 16, 2012 AT 12 NOON
HOUSE OF JUSTICE 106 W. 145 TH STREET
FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO:
OR CALL AT 877-626-4651
NAN is dedicated to a modern civil rights agenda that includes education equality, criminal justice, anti-
violence, and a standard of decency for all people. On this day in particular, NAN encourages elected officials,
community activists, clergy and leaders across the country to pause and remember the example Dr. King set
and the importance of his work.
The King Day Public Policy forum not only celebrates Dr. King’s legacy, but provides an opportunity to focus
on the work each of us does to carry on his dream.