Apple CEO Tim Cook, along with Mayor Randall Woodfin and Birmingham City Schools Superintendent Lisa Herring, joined civic leaders throughout Birmingham to launch the Education Farm (Ed Farm)—a ground-breaking education initiative focused on innovative learning strategies.
Earlier this week, the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s assassination was commemorated with activities and events around Kelly Ingram Park, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and 16th Street Baptist Church. The day-long observance culminated in the evening with the Birmingham Metro Southern Christian Leadership Conference hosting their annual Keeper of the Dream Awards Banquet. The event was headlined by Apple CEO and Alabama native Tim Cook.
“I have a dream.”
This infamous quote has captivated the world since it was first stated in 1963 by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Now, as part of its observance of the 50th anniversary of King’s assassination, the Birmingham Metro Southern Christian Leadership Conference is hosting their annual Keeper of the Dream Awards Banquet on April 4. This year, the organization will honor Apple CEO Tim Cook with its 2018 Human Rights Award. Continue reading “Apple CEO Tim Cook to receive 2018 Human Rights Award by Birmingham Metro Southern Christian Leadership Conference”