“How many perfect moments can you count in your life?” asks educator and scholar Theodore Ransaw. “The civil rights movement was God’s blessing of delivering the right people for the perfect moments in history that changed our world today.”
FORT WAYNE—The “Warming Center” at the Emmanuel Apostolic Church, 2412 Central Drive, is scheduled to open its doors 8 p.m. to midnight this evening, Jan 28. This community effort is being done to address the bitter cold temperatures the city of Fort Wayne is currently experiencing. Homelessness and hard times can happen to anyone without prejudice. […]
FORT WAYNE—Family, friends and the community in general are set to celebrate the 80th birthday of Charlie “The Body Man” Hagler. Mr. Hagler, who was born Jan. 28, 1934, has been a pillar in the community of Fort Wayne. He has never met a stranger. Always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in […]
Ivy Tech Community College Northeast is scheduled to host Interpreting the Dream, a Martin Luther King Jr., tribute, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Jan. 23 in the Student Life Center gymnasium on North Campus (3701 Dean Drive).
The Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce is schedule to host a Community Meet & Greet Reception for newly appointed Fort Wayne Police Chief Garry Hamilton, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Jan. 20.
An anonymous donor has agreed to pay the $5 entry fee for young people to the Unity Day Celebration, Jan. 20. the Youth Expo is scheduled to run from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The late George Smith was a pure example of living an unselfish life. The MLK Club will hold a tribute to Smith to celebrate his life and the many contributions he gave to various causes.
The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. comes to life in Heartland Sings: We are the Dream at 7 p.m., Jan. 20 in the North Campus Auditorium at the University of Saint Francis.
“Freedom to Dream: the Hopes and Realities of Burmese Refugees” YWCA Northeast Indiana will begin the 2014 Diversity Dialogue season with an exploration into the life and experiences of the Burmese refugees living in our community. Faustina Adat and Eva Cung, YWCA staff members and Burmese refugees themselves, will introduce attendees to their language and […]