Celebrate America's Sunday Supper at Reconciliation Services on Monday, Jan 20th, 2014, 11:30 -3:30 p.m. to discuss the topic of creating equal opportunities for all Americans. Reconciliation Services is located at 3101 Troost Avenue. Troost historically has been referred to as the racial dividing line in Kansas City. On January 20th, people from east and west of Troost will join together for a common purpose.
The vision of Reconciliation Services is to see Troost Avenue transformed into the city’s gathering place, where healing, love, joy, friendship and community grow from the scarred soil of discrimination.
America's Sunday Supper is a national movement that promotes bringing people together to share meals, discuss critical issues facing our world today and to inspire friends and neighbors to take action.
This event is a part of the MLK Jr. Day of Service activities to commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. King and is hosted by the KC Foster Grandparent Program Jackson, Clay and Platte counties and its local sponsor, Reconciliation Services.