UNCG Campus Weekly

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2012 MLK Interfaith Dinner

The annual MLK Interfaith Dinner serves to bring together people of different faith backgrounds, honoring the role that faith played in the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s struggles for justice and equality. The program serves as a reminder of the connection between spirituality and social justice and the importance of working together. This is not a worship service, the Office of Multicultural Affairs notes, but an opportunity to create space for a supportive interfaith community, which is what makes this program unique.

The dinner takes place on Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012, at 6 p.m. at the Associated Campus Ministries Building, corner of Walker Avenue and Stirling Street. An rsvp to Dr. Mark Villacorta (mavillac@uncg.edu) is appreciated and would guarantee seating but is not required.