King & Faith: Where do we go from here?
January 21, 2018
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
High school students, winners of an essay/video contest, will talk about the urgent issues that teens face today, moderated by Clarke Weatherspoon, Dean of Equity and Inclusion at Urban School.
This series continues on Sunday, January 28.
About the conversation
“We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Riverside Church, New York City, 4 April 1967
This series is presented in partnership with The Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Foundation with the goal of engaging the wider scholarly, theological, clerical and lay communities in contemporary contemplation of Dr. King, his message and his work. Organized around the MLK2018 theme of the Urgency of Now, the conversations are designed to create a space to critique, analyze and thoughtfully question assumptions about King and faith, King and community and King and society, and to ignite greater dialogue and programs of action that will infuse “where we go from here.”
About the moderator
Clarke Weatherspoon received a B.A. in History and B.A. in Black Studies from UC Santa Barbara. He is currently working on his Masters in Education and Computing from Columbia University while serving as the 9th and 10th grade Dean at the Urban School of San Francisco. He also teaches yoga and meditation and coaches youth water polo.
About MLK2018: The Urgency of Now http://sfmlkday.org
Free and open to all