Sunday, March 26
4 p.m. - Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church - Open to the Public
Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church will host Clifton Taulbert for a gathering of people of various faiths to discuss how the 8 Habits are reflected in religious figures of various faiths and passages in various writings that represent each habit.
It's also an opportunity for people of faith to find out how they can integrate the 8 Habits into their lives and make difference in their communities. The public is welcome.
Monday, March 27
10 a.m. - WSFA 12 News Special: Actions Build Community – Live from Brewbaker Intermediate - Closed to the Public but available on WSFA 12
WSFA 12 News will air a live program hosted by Tonya Terry and featuring a motivational speech by Clifton Taulbert to students at Brewbaker Intermediate School in Montgomery . Taulbert will challenge students to think about what they can do to grow-up and lead productive lives and make a difference in the community.
Taulbert believes developing character is a life-long process, one that requires attention at the earliest stages of learning. Schools and viewers across south-central Alabama are encouraged to watch this program.
Tuesday, March 28
7:30 p.m.– AUM Taylor Center - Room 230 - Open to the Public
Auburn University Montgomery will host an event featuring Clifton Taulbert . Taulbert will inspire the audience to embrace the principals in his books, "8 Habits of the Heart" and his newest release, "8 Habits of the Heart for Educators."
Taulbert will offer powerful, practical solutions for improving schools and communities at the levels of parents, educators, and community members. He will address questions from the audience and engage in a dialogue about how individually and collectively people can make a difference.