In January each year, many of us are called to find meaningful ways to honor the incredible legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the national civil rights leader who spoke truth to power and inspired his listeners to work for racial justice and social change.
We believe deeply in service, and also urge you to consider the ways our service connects to the systemic issues that create the need for such service. As is our custom, we will provide ample opportunities for you to volunteer, learn, advocate, and break bread together over the course of the national holiday weekend. We are incredibly grateful to our friends at Repair the World NYC/Repair the World Harlem for their deep partnership in extending the many opportunities below to the Harlem community.
It is our hope that you will join us in honoring Dr. King's legacy not only through service, but also through thoughtful learning and advocacy; and not only one day a year, but every day.
Director, JCC Harlem