“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
Sponsored by OAR
Overseas Americans Remember
in cooperation with Nieuwspoort ~ The Press Center
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Rev. Harcourt Klinefelter & Lois Mothershed Pot will speak.
Rev. Klinefelter worked for Dr. King for 3 years. Lois Mothershed Pot was the first Black student in her university and the first Black president of the Christian Students Union. Her sister was one of the “Little Rock Nine.”
Young people will focus on what the Dream means to their tomorrows.
From New York, Jazz singer and actress Adrienne West will perform as well as Liat Alkan, lyric soprano. Liat will also direct the Messengers, a student vocal group.
A representative of the United States Embassy (to be announced) will share his or her thoughts.
Please bring ID - a driver’s license, student identification, passport etc. Because Nieuwspoort is in the same building as the Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament, it is necessary to go thru a Security Check.