Be a Host Venue— Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory MLK2020
The Inaugural Class, Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory the Civil Rights – Our Global Lineage new curriculum honoring Rev. Dr. MLK—Jr., will be streamed nationwide. A $15 registration is all that is required. Having a national audience in 2020 is a thing of the Now! Our classrooms, our newsrooms, are easily accessed by a national and global audience. We know that during the MLK2020 King Holiday Weekend many persons across the nation will be looking for ways to both ‘see’ something different and to ‘do’ something different.
Your choice to be a host venue provides many opportunities.
Your venue will be recorded as a historic venue hosting this Inaugural Class
You bring your local audience into the national classroom live from your venue
You can host local, national, regional leaders at your venue
You can include members of your audience in the program
You can raise funds for your organization and/or initiative from this event
You can present the certificate of merit award to registrants on site at your venue
Getting Started: Complete the Online Host Venue Application
1. Pay Host Venue Fee of $150 (limited time offer and subject to increase based on additional work required after January 8)
Includes registration up to 500 persons per venue
Includes $5 per registrant to your organization
Allows you to get sponsors for your venue with 70% of sponsorship dollars retained by host venue and 30% to MLKBible.Education
2. Host Venue on site opportunities and options
Opening segment (up to 30 minutes to one-hour ahead of the start time of 10am CDT to host a pre-opening gathering such as a breakfast, meet/greet, etc.)
There will be two 10-minute breaks; 11:00am and 12noon for entertainment/tributes from our main venue at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock. You can stay live with our presentations or you can break and have your local talents/tributes present to your local audience.
~Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory~
The Edutainment Salute Program Happenings
- National Presenters; Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, Good of All Curriculum Founder and MLKBible.Education Founder and others.
Coursework taught by legacy leaders along with distinguished high school and college instructors
Special tribute moments of music, art and creative talents from youth and adults
Students/participants who complete the class on this day will receive a certificate/card of merit from the authors and presenters of the course
National leaders and Arkansans (some posthumously), who have merit in honoring the works and legacy of Rev. Dr. King will be included in the program as presenters of the MLK Ambassador Merit Card to the attendees of the class; both on site and online attendees will receive the card.