Join us for a virtual celebration to honor the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 

Date & Time
January 14, 2022 from 8AM to 9AM EDT
This event is online. The link to attend will be in your confirmation email.

In the 1980's there was racial strife in Jacksonville, Florida. Establishing a Martin Luther King Jr.  Holiday nationally and locally became heartfelt battles. Both black and white citizens came together and decided that a breakfast that pays tribute to the ideals of Martin L. King Jr. would help heal wounds and honor the civil rights movement.


  • <p><strong>Dr. Rudy F. Jamison</strong></p>

    Dr. Rudy F. Jamison

    DR. RUDY F. JAMISON JR. is a native of Jacksonville, FL and proud graduate of Jean Ribault Sr. High School, Florida A&M University, and University of North Florida. Dr. Jamison currently works as faculty and Assistant Director of the Center for Urban Education and Policy in University of North Florida’s College of Education and Human Services. His academic interests include: Black leadership development, community organizing, diversification of teacher education, culturally responsive teaching/leadership, career mobility, developmental relationships, and self- monitoring. Dr. Jamison is committed to advancing consciousness around equity, racism, and social justice in ways that assess, challenge, and support a more virtuous humanity.


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