"Let this holiday be a day of reflection, a day of teaching nonviolent philosophy and strategy, a day of getting involved in nonviolent action for social and economic progress." -Coretta Scott King
Coretta Scott King was a civil rights pioneer in her own right, continuing to fight and advocate for human and civil rights after her husband's tragic assassination in 1968. Discover more about her remarkable partnership with Dr. King, their family, and her work to make Martin Luther King Day a national holiday.
Join Founding Mosaic Players Member Renee Johnson and the Lake Villa District Library staff for guided conversation and reflection on the life and accomplishments of Coretta Scott King and her husband. The event takes place on Monday, January 17th, at 7:00 pm. Please register for the event online or in person HERE.