* Reverend Harcourt Klinefelter, who worked for Dr. King
* Lois Mothershed Pot, who was the first black president of the National Christian Students Union, the first black student in her university, and the sister of Thelma Mothershed, one of the Little Rock Nine
* Shawn Crowley, Chargé d’Affaires at the United States Embassy in the Netherlands
Young students, the “Bearers of the Torch,” will speak as they always do, and a US military officer will read I Have A Dream. There will be music of the Movement, joyous noise (Psalm 98:4) as Dr. King loved to say. Jazz artist Priscilla Nokoe will sing, and a choral group from ASH will perform. Trombonists Jimmy Yarnell, TS Galloway, and Arthur Moore, The Three Bones will play jazz. (TS played with Count Basie’s orchestra and for the Operation Bread Basket drives in Chicago in the sixties where he met Dr. King.)
Join for a simple dinner, the kind Dr. King would have loved, and please bring the children.
€15 Children up to the age of 12