Detroit Educator Gives MLK Jr. Speech At Battle Creek Federal Building
Outreach coordinator for the C.H. Wright African American History Museum addressed Federal Employees and community members in remembrance of Dr. King.
Jonathan Jones, A Michigan native hailing from Detroit was invited to speak at The Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center on January 11th. Delivering an engaging and humorous speech on cultural relations and the need for diversity and unity in our communities.
Jones graduated with honors from the Martin Luther King Jr High School in Detroit. He then earned his Bachelors degree in Political Science and is currently working toward his Masters of Fine Arts in Applied Drama.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Monday, January 15th.