Freedom's Wings a performance in commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.

Clandis Payne, Psy.D. Clinical Psychology Doctorate Program student will perform and facilitate “experiential moments” on the topic of cultural diversity, Monday, January 18, 4 – 6 p.m.. This is part of the “Dialogue & Diversity through the Arts” series at the Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center. This series is co-sponsored by Antioch University Santa Barbara,  the Jewish Family Service of Greater Santa Barbara, and the Anti-Defamation League. For more information and to RSVP for this event you can go to the Jewish Family Service of Greater Santa Barbara website or call 805.957.1116.

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  1. I saw the show and it was excellent. The presentation was informative, concise and was presented dramatically; told through two separate stories, which occurrs simultaneously. One story is present day and the other takes place during slavery. The two stories link the past and present and substantiates Dr. King’s need to be have been where he was in his place in time. The stories further prove how necessary it is for us to pass on Dr. King’s “Dream” and legacy to our youth today who are in desperate need of this information of history and culture.

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