Absolutely!  The March for the Dream will always be to the public. However, we are developing registrations options that will come with shirts and other incentives so we can build our organization and fund local impact projects.

You can join the march from anywhere along the route, but we are asking the general public to begin and end their march from Sacramento City College.

Yes, Regional Transit provides a courtesy bus for those who have trouble walking any part of the march!

No, you will not need a bus pass to get a shuttle ride back to your car.

Regional Transit shuttles will begin immediately after the march to the Oak Park Community Center

We allow service dogs on the march, but owners may be asked if their dog is required because of a disability.

If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.

The Impact Loop consists of individuals or groups who commit themselves to accomplishing ONE POSITIVE PROJECT in a calendar year to honor Dr. King and make a positive impact in their community.