Cary Memorial Library
1874 Massachusetts Avenue
Lexington MA 02420
2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Join us as we celebrate Dr. King’s message of hope and unity, as embodied by the making of the Stone of Hope memorial in Washington, D.C. At 2:45 Jamie Hoyte will present on the Stone of Hope and its relevance to our world today. Following his presentation, a panel will reflect on the relevance of Dr. King’s legacy and message of hope in today’s world through the lens of economic, educational, racial, and social justice. (This should begin around 3:30.) Complementary activities for children will take place at the same time in the Large Meeting Room.
- Regina Caines, Executive Director for the Massachusetts Partnership for Diversity in Education
- Judy Jackson, Diversity and Inclusion Officer at MIT, former Vice-President for Institutional Diversity and Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky
- Travis McCready, President and CEO of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, former vice president for programs at the Boston Foundation
- Marie-Rose Romain Murphy, President of Romain Murphy Consulting, a nonprofit strategy and management consulting firm focused on serving the unmet needs of disadvantaged individuals, families and communities
2:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Large Meeting Rm
An afternoon of family-friendly activities in celebration of the life of Dr.
Martin L. King, Jr.
- 2:30 p.m.: storytime
- 3 p.m.: Make Your Own Stone of Hope
- 3:30 p.m.: storytime
This event is for children in grades kindergarten through second grade, and is designed to coordinate with the activities for parents upstairs in the Living Room.