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Date: Sunday, January 17, 2010
In celebration of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the New York Metropolitan Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolence invites you to attend: 

The 12th Annual New York Martin Luther King, Jr. Interfaith Observance for Religious and Racial Harmony
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Dates: Wednesday, September 30th thru Saturday, October 3rd, 2009
The 2nd International Piano Festival In Vancouver by People with Disabilities 

Talented musicians from around the world will share their gifts while confirming that everyone can overcome great challenges. (Free Admission)

Sponsored by the Institute of Piano Teachers and Disabled in Japan

Vancouver Executive Committee of International Piano Festival by People with

Disabilities, New Heritage Theatre Group and the International Artists for Peace and World Harmony.  Click for more info.

Date: Saturday, October 10,  2009

ICA will co-sponsor, with the New Lafayette Theatre Academy a one day free Dynamic Workshop on Theatre and Filmmaking.  This event will represent the rebirth of the phenomenally successful and influential New Lafayette Theatre.  From the mid 1960’s through the mid 1970’s NLT inspired numerous artists and organizations who further expanded the scope of their own work.  Classes will be conducted by past NLT participants, including award winning playwright, Ed Bullins, Sesame Street star, Roscoe Orman, award winning filmmaker, McClinton  Karma Stanley, actor/director George Lee Miles and arts manager, Karen Allen Baxter. 

To register or obtain information call, 212-561-7356 or
email: newlafayettetheatre@yahoo.com

Date: 9-11 September 2009 - Mexico, City, Mexico
62nd Annual DPI/NGO Conference “For Peace and Development: Disarm Now”
The New York Metropolitan Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolence (NYMLK), an NGO of the United Nations, is pleased to join over 2,000 Global Civil Society Activists in participating in the 62nd Annual DPI/NGO Conference and to share with you our International Artists for Peace and World Harmony Initiative.
 

The conference aims to promote ways in which civil society, in partnership with those in business, academia, philanthropy, media and medicine can work together for disarmament, peace and development.