The relationship between religion and violence

Through its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, the Chehalem Cultural Center seeks to connect the Newberg community, in a meaningful way, to the critical issues of race, diversity and tolerance in this country.

That event is the product of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day committee, which aims to bring the voice of reason, peace and inclusion to the community.

The all-volunteer committee sees no reason, however, to limit that effort to a single event each year, which is why it is looking to engage the community year round and expand the scope of topics to international and global levels.

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2016-03-09T18:07:56+00:00 News|