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MLK Celebration Dinner
Martin Luther King & The Forgotten Dreams

WHEN:   6:00 pm, Sunday, January 9, 2010

Black Bear Bakery, 2639 Cherokee (Historic Vandora Theatre Bldg),
                   St. Louis MO 63108

PRICE:   $10

A panel discussion will include:

Zaki Baruti, Universal African Peoples Organization [moderator]

Adolphus Pruitt, President, Missourians for Single Payer

Tila Neguse, Missourians for Single Payer Legislative Committee

Paul Poposky, Kucinich for President 2008

The work of the great civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, remains unfinished. Blacks continue to have lower income, worse medical care, and fewer educational opportunities than do whites. Blacks are imprisoned at a higher rate and are more often shot and killed by police. These differences are getting larger as time goes on.

Those who honor Martin Luther King often forget to mention his strong connection to the labor and peace movements of his time. King vigorously opposed the Vietnam War and was assassinated while supporting sanitation workers.

Sponsored by Gateway Green Alliance and Universal African Peoples Organization. For more information call 314-727-8554 or visit:

Last updated 20 Jan 2010. Contact: