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At The Table With Dr. King

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Hanover College

Lynn Center for Fine Arts

Fitzgibbon Recital Hall

Hanover, IN 47243

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Late at night on January, 25th, 1956, an exhausted Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. answered his telephone and was told "leave Montgomery immediately if you have no wish to die." After hanging up the phone, a trambling King walked into his kitchen, put on a pot of coffee and took a seat at his table. What followed would be the late civil right leader's most profound spiritual experience.

This special multifaceted program uses live music, poetry, historical video footage and King's own words to teach audiences about the American civil rights movement and the valuable lessons of equality and respect. The show's nine member ensemble challenges audiences to listen for - and respond to - the unique call upon their lives to serve others for the betterment of their communities. The group places an emphasis on connection through music.

"At The Table With Dr. King" is co-produced by More Than Music with suport from the Colorado-based Mizel Museum. The Mizel Museum, and educational, nonprofit organiztion, is Denver's only museum that addresses social justice issues through the lens of Jewish history and values. Its mission is dedicated to fostering cross-cultural understanding, combating racism and promoting social justice.

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