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Diocese of Georgia remembers MLK

Diocese of Georgia remembers MLK

From The Rev. Frank Logue, Canon for Congregational Development for the Diocese of Georgia, this text and video chronicling the commemoration of MLK Day in that diocese.

The Episcopal Diocese of Georgia was hosted once again by St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church on MLK Drive and their Rector, the Rev. Cheryl Parris. The event included a youth lock in with some significant teaching on the Civil Rights Movement. Then a much larger group joined the youth to walk and sing. Thanks to A.L. Addington who chaired the event and the churches who took part. The video tries to capture both the parade and the youth seeing videos of Dr. King and others.


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