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This Bright Light of Ours: At Elliott Bay Book Company January 13, 2015
“This Bright Light of Ours” to Shine in 2015 Martin Luther King Jr Celebrations
Save the date for talks in Seattle, Monterey and Palo Alto. Check back for details in a few weeks.
January 13, 2015: Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle WA
7 PM This Bright Light of Ours – Author Book signing event http://www.elliottbaybook.com/
January 14, 2015: Open Windows School, Bellevue WA – MLK student assembly speaker
January 15, 2015: MLK Seattle Celebration 33rd Anniversary, King County, Seattle WA
The Voting Rights Fight, Keynote speaker for community celebration honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. For more information:http://www.mlkseattle.org/
January 22, 2015: YWCA Monterey County
This Bright Light of Ours: Presentation, reading and book signing. Details forthcoming.
January 28, 2015: Martin Luther King Jr. Research and Education Institute, Stanford University
This Bright Light of Ours: Presentation, reading and book signing Details forthcoming.
Praise for Maria Gitin Presentations
Thank you! thank you! Thank you! Your contribution to the “Voice of Conscience: Civil Rights, Post-Civil Rights and the Future Freedom Struggle” was the highlight. You are a remarkable friend and colleague. As Director of the Program in African American and Diaspora Studies at Vanderbilt and on behalf of the program committee we thank you. – Victor D Anderson, Vanderbilt University
I learned a good bit from your presentation. I referenced you in the final chapter of” A Child Shall Lead Them.” Your book will be a valuable resource, and will be one I will want to use in my King course. – Rufus Burrow Indiana Professor of Christian Thought and Theological Ethics, Christian Theological Seminary
Maria’s passion, compassion, and love for the people of Wilcox County shines through in her lecture. I count it a privilege to meet someone who is so genuine and is part of living history.—DeeAnn, student University of South Alabama