Last week Levon ran into the kitchen and asked, “Was Martin Luther King, Jr. a president?” Levon is five. He knows MLK was an important leader in our nation’s history, so it seems reasonable in his mind that someone that important was president. Until recently the fact that Presidents Day fell during Black History Month... Continue Reading →
Honoring the March Continues Tonight
Tonight we continue our community's commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington with a screening of Brother Outsider. Please visit the Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series website (www.OssiningDocumentarties.org) for details about the impressive panelists who will help us explore more about Bayard Rustin, the latest recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom,... Continue Reading →
Wednesday Venue Changed!!
We're taking shelter from the rain. Tonight's event will be held at Ossining's Joseph G. Caputo Community Center, 95 Broadway, Ossining, NY. See you at 7:00!!