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Monday
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APR

Only Light, Only Love: MLK Week at IMAN

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Fifty years after King's assassination, we at IMAN remain committed to driving out darkness, hatred, poverty and the blight of devastating structural racism from the inner-city communities that we serve.

Only Light, Only Love is a weeklong series of events focused on building the powerful, permeating love which—by necessity—"implements the demands of justice" as Dr. King demanded that it should over five decades ago.

We invite you to join us for a week of inspiring programming:

Illuminating Love Ceramic Workshop
Monday, April 2 | 4:30-6:30 pm
Shine light with your own handmade ceramic oil warmer.
RSVP: arts@imancentral.org
IMAN Beloved Community Ceramic Studio | 2747 W. 63rd St

Grassroots Power Hour
Tuesday, April 3 | 5:30-7:00 pm
Connect with community members as we deepen relationships, build power and know our rights.
IMAN Youth & Arts Wellness Center | 2747 W. 63rd Street

MLK Living Memorial Reflection Ceremony
Wednesday, April 4 | 5:30-7:30 pm
Gather at the Marquette Park Fieldhouse to reflect on Dr. King's life and the power of community.
RSVP: info@mlkmemorial
MLK Living Memorial | 6743 S. Kedzie

Corner Store Cypher
Thursday, April 5 | 2:00-4:00 pm
Engage with IMAN artists during a pop-up show at a local corner store.
Gigi's | 3101 W. 63rd Street

Special Jum'ah Prayer & Reflection
Friday, April 6 | 1:00-3:00 pm
Spiritually recharge and reflect with family and friends.
IMAN Youth & Arts Wellness Center | 2747 W. 63rd Street

CommUNITY Café
Saturday, April 7 | 6:30 pm
Be inspired by local and national artists at the intersection of arts, spirituality, and community.
Harold Washington Cultural Center | 4701 South King Drive

**CommUNITY Café will culminate the Only Light, Only Love week on Saturday, April 7th, 2018.

Don't miss this inspiring evening of spiritually rooted and socially conscious artistic expression at the Harold Washington Cultural Center! The Café Hour, beginning at 6:30p, will feature local food vendors, artisans and arts activities.