Village highlights Martin Luther King Jr.


Poets highlighted current politics and expressed the need for social justice. Poets included Jaime Adoff, Alexandria Montgomery (pictured) and John Booth.

Poets highlighted current politics and expressed the need for social justice. Poets included Jaime Adoff, Alexandria Montgomery (pictured) and John Booth.


Photos by Whitney Vickers | Xenia Gazette The Village of Yellow Springs Jan. 15 celebrated the life of Martin Luther King Jr. The program involved statements, choir music, poetry readings and interpretive dance.


One sixth, eighth and ninth grade student each presented “student peacemaker essays,” including a creative writing piece, narrative and poem.


Baha’i Youth Group dancers performed interpretive movements. Dancers included Malaya Booth, Annlyn Foster, Hannah Hall, Arielle Johnson, Karin Peterson, Derek Peterson and Dimitri Wallace.


Poets highlighted current politics and expressed the need for social justice. Poets included Jaime Adoff, Alexandria Montgomery (pictured) and John Booth.

Photos by Whitney Vickers | Xenia Gazette

The Village of Yellow Springs Jan. 15 celebrated the life of Martin Luther King Jr. The program involved statements, choir music, poetry readings and interpretive dance.

One sixth, eighth and ninth grade student each presented “student peacemaker essays,” including a creative writing piece, narrative and poem.

Baha’i Youth Group dancers performed interpretive movements. Dancers included Malaya Booth, Annlyn Foster, Hannah Hall, Arielle Johnson, Karin Peterson, Derek Peterson and Dimitri Wallace.

Poets highlighted current politics and expressed the need for social justice. Poets included Jaime Adoff, Alexandria Montgomery (pictured) and John Booth.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/01/web1_mlk1.jpgPoets highlighted current politics and expressed the need for social justice. Poets included Jaime Adoff, Alexandria Montgomery (pictured) and John Booth.

Photos by Whitney Vickers | Xenia Gazette The Village of Yellow Springs Jan. 15 celebrated the life of Martin Luther King Jr. The program involved statements, choir music, poetry readings and interpretive dance.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/01/web1_mlk2.jpgPhotos by Whitney Vickers | Xenia Gazette The Village of Yellow Springs Jan. 15 celebrated the life of Martin Luther King Jr. The program involved statements, choir music, poetry readings and interpretive dance.

One sixth, eighth and ninth grade student each presented “student peacemaker essays,” including a creative writing piece, narrative and poem.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/01/web1_mlk3.jpgOne sixth, eighth and ninth grade student each presented “student peacemaker essays,” including a creative writing piece, narrative and poem.

Baha’i Youth Group dancers performed interpretive movements. Dancers included Malaya Booth, Annlyn Foster, Hannah Hall, Arielle Johnson, Karin Peterson, Derek Peterson and Dimitri Wallace.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/01/web1_mlk4.jpgBaha’i Youth Group dancers performed interpretive movements. Dancers included Malaya Booth, Annlyn Foster, Hannah Hall, Arielle Johnson, Karin Peterson, Derek Peterson and Dimitri Wallace.

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