AdvertisementJoin The King Center for a Beloved Community Talks featuring Viola "Mother" Fletcher, the oldest living survivor of the Tulsa Massacre.
About this Event
"I stand for all those whose names have been lost in time and those resting in marked and unmarked graves."
These are among the powerful words that Viola "Mother" Fletcher, the oldest living survivor of the Tulsa Race Massacre, shares in her memoir, 'Don't Let Them Bury My Story: The Oldest Living Survivor of the Tulsa Race Massacre In Her Own Words.'
In standing with Mother Fletcher, The King Center presents an intimate Beloved Community Talks event featuring Mother Fletcher, her grandson and co-author, Ike Howard, and CEO of The King Center, Dr. Bernice A. King. This historical conversation about how we learn from the horrors of our past to shine light on a pathway to a more humane, just future will be moderated by Monica Kauffman Pearson.
There will be a book signing beginning at 7:00PM directly after the conversation.
The King Center
Yolanda D. King Theatre for the Performing Arts
449 Auburn Ave. NE
Atlanta, GA. 30312
*Seating is limited
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The King Center, 449 Auburn Avenue, NE, Atlanta, United States