The King Center is remembering the 47th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Saturday April 4, by calling for a moratorium on all forms of violence, with No Shots Fired. On that day, we are asking that people abstain from shots fired by: 1. Tongue – speech; 2. Fists and physical violence; and 3. Guns – gun violence and media glorification of gun violence (and all forms of violence).
We will also remember the assassination of Dr. King by convening a forum, A Moratorium on Violence: It Starts with Me! on Saturday April 4, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. in The Center’s Freedom Hall Auditorium. The forum will include thought-provoking videos and a facilitated, interactive discussion with diverse participants addressing our Right(s)versus our Responsibility to the Beloved Community. Rights that we will be discussed include: A Right to Protest, A Right to Freedom of Speech, A Right to Bear Arms, A Right to Profit and A Duty to Serve and Protect in the case of law enforcement.
A Moratorium on Violence: It Starts with Me is free and open to the public. Please plan to join us and extend this invitation, with attached flyer, to others, as well.
Following the forum, at 4:00 p.m., Our CEO, Bernice A. King, other members of the King family, along with representatives of the National Park Service, will participate in a silent wreath-laying ceremony at the crypt of Dr. King and Mrs. Coretta Scott King.
GEORGIA ASSOCIATION OF BLACK ELECTED OFFICIALS
An Affiliate of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
“Striving to Achieve Excellence in Public Service”
Suite 511 · Coverdell Legislative Office Building · 18 Capitol Square · Atlanta, Georgia 30334
Phone: 404-656-6372 · FAX: 404-656-0238 · Cell: 404-372-1894
IN REMEMBRANCE OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
Join GABEO for the
12th ANNUAL MARCH ON
THE MOORE’S FORD BRIDGE
Saturday, April 4, 2015
47th Anniversary Commemoration of
The Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Demanding Arrest and Prosecution of Those Participants
In the Lynchings at the Moore’s Ford Bridge
Blacks Lives Do Matter!!
Tyrone Brooks, President of GABEO, will lead The March to the Moore’s Ford Bridge for the ceremony to revisit the bridge and continue the unfinished work of Dr. King. 5 p.m. Reception for participants and relatives of victims
NEXT Action Event: Annual reenactment of the lynching massacre at the Moore’s Ford Bridge, Saturday, July 25, 2015, 12 Noon. For More Information Contact: Rep. Tyrone Brooks, (404-656-6372 or (404)372-1894. www.gabeo.us
Note: GABEO reward fund $35,000 for information that leads to the successful arrest and prosecution of any of the killers.
Please forward this information to everyone on your organization or personal e-mail lists and post on your Web sites. Also. Please develop a link to gabeo.us. Thank you.
Easter Sunday April 5 ,2015 will mark a spectacular community occasion. You and your family are invited to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ with a beautiful Sunrise Service on the Green at the Historic College Park Golf Course. Golf course owners, Bob Ellis and Grace Davis came up with the idea of have the service on the golf course. They wanted to offer the south-side of Atlanta the opportunity to enjoy a traditional Easter service overlooking the Beautiful golf course. Service will be led by Reverend Frank Brown of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church. Rev. Brown is also the President of Concerned Black Clergy. Breakfast will be service after Worship service. Bring your entire family to this inspirational Easter Service, April 5, 2015 at 7 am. at the Historic College Park Golf Course, 3711 Fairway Drive, College Park, Georgia 30337.