Kidsbridge Partnering with the Arts Council of Princeton for a 2017 Martin Luther King Day event

In America, we live in a society where we have differences. As a society, we must learn to celebrate these differences instead of identifying them as a cause for alarm or fear. Says daughter Bernice King, “When my father talked about the beloved community, he talked about everyone bringing their gifts, their talents, their cultural experiences and sharing them.”

Today, even though prejudice is widely denounced, many people unconsciously — or subconsciously — are still pre-judging others. The presidential campaigns and election of 2016 brought out many examples of stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination. Examples of name-calling and biased incidents increased across the nation.

Like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., do you have a dream?

Would you like to see ALL people of different races treating one another with respect and equality?

Then join Kidsbridge in our support of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his message and his mission. In his memory and on the anniversary of his birth, each year Kidsbridge seeks to partner with other UPstanding organizations to present programs that are educational and interactive — for both children, teens and adults alike. Our events are FREE. Click on the links above to find out about the event for the current year.

Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult.

Click here to read what parents have said about past MLK celebrations!

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Visitors read about the Six Steps of Nonviolent Social Change . . . and then pledge to “Live It” by signing their names