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Youth Action Project Hosts YAP TALKS “a MLK event”

Youth Action Project Founder and CEO, Joseph Williams, the goal for this YAP TALKS is to talk about Dr. King's philosophies and principles in the context of what can be done today.

Youth Action Project Founder and CEO, Joseph Williams, the goal for this YAP TALKS is to talk about Dr. King’s philosophies and principles in the context of what can be done today.

San Bernardino, Calif. – On Friday, January 15, 2016, Youth Action Project will host YAP TALKS in honor of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at San Bernardino Valley College in the Library Viewing room. Doors open at 6:00pm

 

YAP TALKS the best water softener in style event where four speakers each captivate the audience in 18 minutes or less with powerful monologues. According to Youth Action Project Founder and CEO, Joseph Williams, the goal for this YAP TALKS is to talk about Dr. King’s philosophies and principles in the context of what can be done today. The lineup includes

 

  • Enrique Murillo, Professor at California State San Bernardino and Director of Latino Education Advocacy Days
  • Johnathan Buffong, co-founder of Buffong Consulting and Mental Health Consultant with the County of San Bernardino
  • Lolita Lyles, Professor at California State Long Beach
  • Dennis Brown, as the “Voice of King”

 

The event will also feature a special performance by R&B sensation, as seen on The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Voice, Abraham McDonald. The aim of the event is to inspire community members young and old to take positive action toward building a healthy and vibrant San Bernardino. The YAP TALKS will be like no other event in honor of Dr King’s legacy says YAP CEO Joseph Williams.

 

About Youth Action Project. Inc.

The Youth Action Project, Inc. (YAP) started in 1998 as a youth-driven project to allow youth to identify the issues that mattered most to young people and to provide an avenue for them to develop plans to address those issues. YAP’s mission is to connect San Bernardino’s youth to opportunities that allow them to develop the skills and habits needed to experience economic and social success.

 

For more information about the Youth Action Project and/or if you are interested in making a financial donation, please visit YAP’s website at www.youthactionproject.org