Bernice A. King will join virtual conversation on social justice hosted by Levine Museum of the New South

By CLTure News

September 10, 2020

Bernice A. King, the daughter of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King will join a virtual conversation hosted by the Levine Museum of the New South on Tuesday, September 15. The conversation titled, “The Fierce Urgency of Now,” is the latest in a series of online discussions produced by the museum in their ongoing efforts to address social justice issues.

King, who is currently the CEO of the The King Center, a community institution founded by Coretta Scott King based in Atlanta, will discuss topics on how to move forward in a time of racial and political division in America. Through her work, King has continued to educate youth and adults about the nonviolence principles modeled by her parents. 

The Levine Museum, which has been closed since the stay-at-home order came into effect in March, will also reopen this month with limited capacity. 

Tickets for the virtual discussion with Bernice A. King are $15 for non-members, $5 for Levine Museum members, and free for Levine Museum Visionary Circle Members

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