Black Heritage Library to hold MLK program, unity walk

The Black Heritage Library and Multicultural Center will hold its annual Martin Luther King Jr. program and unity walk at 6 p.m. Wednesday — King’s birthday — at First Lutheran Church, 109 E. Lincoln St.
The walk has been shortened this year to a two-block route along Main Street. Those who do not want to participate in the walk can stay at the church and listen to pre-program music presented by pianist Aaron Butler until approximately 6:30 p.m.
The program will include video clips of King as well as a project on African-American heritage and cultural diversity by students at Arcadia School, coordinated by librarian Paula Rosencrans.
The audience will have the opportunity to offer reflections on the civil rights movement.
This is the 35th year for the program and the 10th year it has been held in partnership with the University of Findlay.
An offering will be collected for the Black Heritage Library and Multicultural Center.



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