The Legacy of Martin Luther King in Troubled Times: Building a Network of Light

A Conversation with Pamela Boyce Simms

Friday, January 22, 6-7:30 CST; 7-8:30 EST

“The Great problem facing modern man is that the means by which we live
have outdistanced the spiritual ends for which we live.”
— Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Ms. Boyce Simms, a Quaker thought leader and activist, will challenge the participants to apply the principles of nonviolent action to the situation we find after the inauguration of President Biden. Dr. King called for a broad coalition to address the problems of his time. We are called now to rebuild trust and respect in a divided country through coalitions. We will explore our options together.

  • Guided Meditations: Experiential Training for Action
  • Exercises in Self-inquiry and internal resilience-building
  • Translating spiritual grounding into action
  • Inaugurating a Network of Light
  • What do we do on Monday?

Pamela Boyce Simms holds degrees from Georgetown University’s Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service, L’Université de Dakar, in Sénégal, West Africa, and is certified as a Leadership Coach and Neurolinguistics Master Practitioner. She is also an Editorial Consultant and Contributing Author at Kosmos Magazine, the Grassroots Economic Organizing (GEO) Editorial Collective, and, a project of The Post Carbon Institute.

Join us by Zoom: CLICK HERE Opens in new tab
Meeting ID: 919 4732 0310
Passcode: 876679

Phone: +1 346 248 7799, then enter ID#

(January 2019 Martin Luther King March, San Antonio)