In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., attorneys are answering legal questions free of charge on Monday.
The comments come a day after Trump, in an Oval Office meeting about immigration, referred to a series of nations as "sh-hole countries" and questioned why the United States was not welcoming more people from Norway as opposed to Haiti, El Salvador and African countries. "I think President Trump is racially ignorant and racially uninformed".
It's a topic that will be front and center at Monday's MLK event in Appleton.
As CEO of the King Center, the youngest child of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, has been entrusted to preserve her father's legacy while continuing her parents' work.
A dream Brown says has given him freedom. "So it's really gratifying to see everybody realize that working together. we'll get a lot more accomplished". He was enthusiastic for the day's events, explaining how important they are for the community. He's since lived in Rwanda and Gabon and earned a political science degree from Le Moyne College in Syracuse. It has been a USA federal holiday since 1986. The process could take up to 10 years to complete.
The MLK Day community-wide celebration also includes a marathon, a community breakfast and a unity march.
The event drew city officials, residents, teens and volunteers.
Yee Lee Vue will be presented with the 24th Jane LaChapelle McCarty Community Leader Award and Mayra Pasayes will be honored with the fourth MLK Educator Award.
The Interfaith Shabbat was put together by the Ninth Ward Interfaith Coalition of DE which includes the Brandywine Community Methodist Church, Congregation Beth Emeth, Congregation Beth Shalom, Hanover Presbyterian Church, The Muslim Center Masjid Al-Kauthar, Peninsula-McCabe United Methodist Church, Praying Ground Community Church, Shiloh Baptist Church and Spirit of Life Lutheran Church. The educator award honors someone dedicated to educating people in that same spirit.
The Rev. M.C. Potter, long-serving pastor of Antioch Baptist Church, will be the keynote speaker Sunday night at a downtown service that is part of Tulsa's Martin Luther King Jr. TBT Producing Artistic Director Jeffrey Mindock developed a dramatic presentation that highlights King's life and brought in two professional actors to perform it in all six Alpena County public elementary schools, Immanuel Lutheran School and All Saints Catholic School. Thousands will gather at the Martin Luther King Jr.