Friday Lecture Series
Free lecture series—open to the public
Fridays, 12:30 p.m.–1:45 p.m.
No registration is required for this series; it is free to all lifelong learning members and the public. Bring a friend!
February 24, 2017
Reverend Dr. John G. Moore Sr.
“Echoes of a Prophet” dramatic presentation
Rev. Moore, a youth pastor from Dover, speaks as a Martin Luther King Jr. historian. His honors and activities include: H. Mathis Trailblazer Award; (2011) Recited “I Have A Dream” speech at dedication in D.C., opening of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial attended by 7,500 guests (2007); Delaware State Education Association’s Human and Civil Rights Award (2012); Jefferson Foundation Award (2015); keynote speaker for the New York State Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration (2016); Liberty Bell Award (2016); Keynote speaker at the Department of Justice-Drug Enforcement Administration Headquarters in Arlington, Va.; participated in 30 other commemoration services celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (2017).
This lecture is sponsored by the Multicultural Committee.
Additional Friday Lectures coming soon.