, Salem, MA


February 18, 2013

Letter: Thank you from Danvers Committee for Diversity


The committee is greatly appreciative of the more than 300 individuals who came to the event and shared in the stories that were told that evening. It is our hope and objective that by honoring people who’ve stood for equality of rights and opportunity that we will be continuing on the path established by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The evening was a wonderful blend of community, music, spirituality and an affirmation of the principles that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lived.

Sally Kerans Whouley


Danvers Committee for Diversity

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