Rotary Assistant District Governor John Alan Boryk gave an inspiring presentation to the club today about his experiences getting involved with the social justice movement in the 1960's.  After growing up in the Jim Crow South, John Alan had an opportunity to meet and hear Martin Luther King Jr. speak.  This experience led to him getting involved in the civil rights movement and ultimately changing his beliefs about race and justice.  All in attendance appreciated John Alan sharing his story and experiences with us.