In the Spirit of Martin and Other Humanitarians

PHOTO EXhIBIT OF HUMANITARIANS  A tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and others who committed to give back to their communities

A black and white photo exhibit of humanitarians who embody the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by giving back to their community.  Included in the exhibit are Bill Strickland, educator and social entrepreneur, an at-risk student who created an educational and training center for at-risk children and adults, Strickland uses art to educate; former Redskins football coach, Joe Gibbs, creator of Youth for Tomorrow, a residential youth home facility and school for at-risk teenage boys and girls;Paul Newman, actor, who created Newman's Own, Inc., a natural foods company which donates its proceeds to charities and the Hole in the Wall Camp for children with life-threatening conditions; former football player, Darrell Green, who created the Darrell Green Youth Life Foundation, a comprehensive after school and full summer program service and; The Three Doctors: three young African American men from inner city Newark, N.J. who formed a pact to support each other and to return to their
impoverished communities as doctors.

Monday, February 7 
7:00 - 8:00 P.M.
Database Demonstration of Genealogy Electronic Resources.  Learn how to use databases such as the Washington Post Historic Database, historic Black Newspapers, National Archives, and the Social Security Death Index to research
your family history.