MLK365 Impact Conference
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MLK365 IMPACT REMIX

proper noun
/M.L.K.365/∙ /imˈpakt∙ /ˈrēmiks/
a training for aspiring activists serious about positive social change

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As our March for the Dream honors the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and inspires positive social change, the MLK365 IMPACT REMIX educates and empowers future generations of aspiring social activists on how to impact their world. Because this is our inaugural Impact Remix, we are looking for people who are passionate about positive social change to register and participate in our “conference pilot” as our FREE GUESTS.

Attendees will not only learn from some of the region’s best presenters and practitioners of social impact, but they will provide us valuable insights for future Impact Remix conferences.

Participants will learn skills in the following critical content areas:

1.

Applying the principles of Martin Luther King Jr. to address modern social problems

2.

Tools and strategies for empowering people and transforming community

3.

Transformative power of the arts as a tool for activism

4.

Advocating in local government and in education

5.

The impact of Leadership and communication

6.

Twitter tips and social media strategies

Keynote Speakers

BLAKE SIMONS
Communication Director - Afrikan Black Coalition
Presentation: Twitter as a Tool to Amplify, Mobilize and Organize

Milton 510 Bowens
Artist / Educator Presentation: The Social Impact of Art

Presenters

Andrew Defeye
Founder of Zero Forbidden (ZFG) Goals
Presentation: The Arts in Activism

Kenny Times
Low End Theory Collaborative (LETC)
Presentation: The Arts in Activism

Danielle Williams
Community Organizer for Sacramento Area Congregations Together (ACT)
Presentation: Transforming Community through Relationships - Organizing 101

Brit Irby
Director – Innovation Bridge, Inc.
Presentation: Bridging Community Partnerships for Effective Collaboration

Kindra Montgomery-Block
Program Officer-Sierra Health Foundation
Presentation: Impacting County and Local Government

Paul Willis
Artist / Activist
Presentation: Talking the Talk - Communicating like a Leader

Details

Saturday,
April 30th, 2016

Registration: 8:00 – 8:57 a.m.
Conference: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Cosumnes River College Campus
8401 Center Pkwy, Sacramento,
CA 95823

Pilot Participant- Free

Target Audience

This is the perfect event for civic, social and faith-based organizations interested in impacting community, empowering membership, advocating for change or applying the principles of Martin Luther King Jr.

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