Abraham's Table of Long Island set to host faith, anti-hate activities islandwide in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Programs include discussions, dances, service projects and virtual panels.

News 12 Staff

Jan 11, 2023, 8:48 PM

Updated 530 days ago

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Abraham's Table of Long Island's Becoming a Beloved Community project is hosting more than 30 faith-based, anti-hate activities across the Island in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Programs include discussions, dances, service projects and virtual panels.
"We are done with the hatred our silence is not going to happen as it did in the 1930s in Germany and as people of faith are going to stand up and try to make Long Island a beloved community and not a community of hate," says Richard Koubek, chair of Abraham's Table of Long Island.
The opening and closing ceremony will take place at the Suffolk YJCC in Commack.


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