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21st Annual Martin Luther King Day Breakfast Event

Monday, January 16, 2023 23 Tevet 5783

8:15 AM - 10:30 AMCBE & ZOOM

CBE's Na'aseh organization is thrilled and honored to welcome Tanisha Sullivan as our guest speaker. Tanisha M. Sullivan is the President of the Boston branch of the NAACP.

Her topic will be: "Dear Beloved Community…The Power of Grace in the Movement"
Tanisha Sullivan, Speaker 

Doors open for the breakfast at 8:15 AM.  The program begins at 9:00 AM and will be in person at Congregation Beth Elohim, 133 Prospect Street, Acton and available via ZOOM.

There is no charge for the breakfast and program.  For our planning purposes and to receive the ZOOM login, please register below.

CBE's COVID policy

For those attending in-person, we expect this event to be well-attended. 

CBE's COVID policy ( requires all persons attending events in CBE's building, in-person, to be vaccinated and boosted.  Wearing a well-fitted N95 or KN95 mask is recommended when not eating, or speaking. It is not required.

If you are experiencing upper respiratory symptoms, please do not attend in-person.
On Sunday, the day before the event, a Zoom link will be sent to all who registered, so you can choose to attend via Zoom, regardless of how you registered.

About Tanisha Sullivan:

Tanisha M. Sullivan is the President of the Boston branch of the NAACP, leading the organization in its fight for racial, economic, and social justice with a data-driven and solutions-oriented framework. In this volunteer leadership role, Sullivan has led efforts to build a more inclusive democracy and improve quality of life for all Massachusetts residents. She is a seasoned corporate lawyer, has over 25 years experience in the life sciences industry and served as the inaugural Chief Equity Officer for the Boston Public Schools. Boston-born, Sullivan earned a bachelor’s degree in government from the University of Virginia, and an M.B.A. and J.D. from Boston College. In 2022, she ran for Secretary of State in Massachusetts. 

The following groups are co-sponsors with Na'aseh of the MLK Day breakfast:
    United Church of Christ Congregational, Boxborough
    Nashoba Area Social Justice Alliance
    Church of the Good Shepherd
    Acton Congregational Church 
    Acton Boxborough Students for Equity and Justice
    Apple Valley Catholic Collaborative Social Justice Ministry
    Acton Boxborough United Way

The program is:

  •    Welcome by Rabbi Braham David at 9:00 AM
  •     Melissa Morse, speaker introduction
  •     Tanisha Sullivan, "Dear Beloved Community…The Power of Grace in the Movement"
  •     Local efforts - Sarah Coletti
    •    Brief introductions by local organizations working for change



Optional Donation
A donation in the amount of your choice is very much appreciated. The funds are used to underwrite next year's MLK Jr. tribute event.and other activities of the Na’aseh Social Justice group.
If you made a donation, when you hit SUBMIT, you will be taken to payment screens. Thank you.
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