Always an Inspiration: Dr. Martin Luther King Breakfast January 19 in Recognition of The Man who Changed a Nation Peacefully

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WPCNR MAIN STREET JOURNAL. From the Thomas Slater Center. January 10, 2014: 

Every year the Dr. Martin Luther King Breakfast held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel focuses for one day the remarkable achievement of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who by emulating the Gandhi practice of non-violent, economic-based protest, virtually singlehandedly galvanized America’s leaders to end discriminatory laws against the Negro throughout the country.

Rodney and Lillian Reynolds will double team as the keynote speakers at the Thomas H. Slater Center’s 22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Breakfast to be held on Monday, January 19, 2015, 8:00 a.m. at the Crowne Plaza, White Plains.
Lillian F. Reynolds is a Social Worker and Minister with extensive experience in planning, implementing and overseeing programs that meet the spiritual, emotional, intellectual, academic and social needs of youth, young adults and families.  She is the founding Project Director and now serves as the Executive Director of Grace CDF Freedom Schools®, a Ujamaa Community Development Corporation program.  Lillian is employed by the Mt. Vernon City School District as the District Homeless Student Liaison.
Rodney J. Reynolds, President of RJR Communications, Inc. is the Founder and Publisher of American Legacy magazine and Executive Producer of American Legacy Television.  Rodney founded American Legacy in 1995 and created a joint venture with FORBES Inc. Located in New York. American Legacy, celebrates African-American history and culture.
In February 2001, RJR Communications and New Millennium Studios launched American Legacy Television, a nationally syndicated TV program. In February 2009 RJR Communications assumed full control of American Legacy.
Rodney and Lillian are the proud parents of two sons, Rodney Jeremiah, and Richard Joshua. The family attends Grace Baptist Church in Mt. Vernon, New York.
With a mission To Reach and To Serve, The Thomas H. Slater Center, a community center located in White Plains, provides an array of services and programs to the residents of White Plains.
Tickets for the breakfast are $50 general, $45 seniors and $30 youth.  To make reservations, please email or call (914) 948-6211.

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