In partnership with the African American Parent Support Group, West Windsor Human Relations Council, and WW-P POC Advocacy, we are honored to present both a Virtual Panel Discussion and a Day of Service.
The panel discussion will begin at 2:00 PM EST.
Join the WW-P POC Advocacy and the High School North/South Black Student Unions (BSU)
for a youth-led panel discussion on how high school students are working to promote service,
leadership and unity in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr Day. Moderated by Dr. Michael D. Smith.
To register for the Virtual Panel Discussion, CLICK HERE.
In addition, we have several service projects to make your MLK day a “day on, not a day off.” These projects will require advance preparation followed by delivery to the West Windsor Arts Center on January 18th.
For more information about the Day of Service Projects, please CLICK HERE. You will be able to read more about the projects and sign up for one, or more. Then, in order to adhere to COVID 19 safety guidelines, you will be asked to pre-register for a drop off time. Projects will serve our neighbors in need from the following local service organizations: Rise Community Services, Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, Send Hunger Packing WWP, and Jennye Stubblefield Senior Center in Trenton.
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