January 17, 2022


Given the impact of coronavirus on our region, we are moving our annual March For The Dream event online - on our website.

The MLK365 Board and organizing members want to first express our deepest sympathy and condolences to our family, friends and neighbors who have suffered pain and tremendous loss because of Covid-19. We grieve with you and hope to share warm thoughts and healing prayers. We recognize that the legacy of social movements has evolved over the decades, and we all have had to adapt during this challenging time. 

We have been inspired by the bravery of our young people and community leaders who stand up and continue to fight for the dream that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr knew he would not see in his lifetime. We hope to recognize some of those leaders and community champions with our virtual program, and we hope that you’ll register on our website and join us for a few hours of art, community, and conversation.

“As we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall always march ahead. We cannot
turn back.”

– Martin Luther King Jr.

The Best Time
Is Right Now!