Fifty years ago Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, where he had come alongside sanitation workers fighting for a living wage and humane working conditions. King died fully committed to the idea that this nation–and, indeed, the whole world–cannot wait for justice. A half century later, his clarion call for people of good will to join the struggle remains as urgent as ever. Join us on January 15th as we prepare to hear from leaders who are pursuing the dream of a more just region, nation, and world today. The march goes on–and you have a part to play.
Please join us as we celebrate the vision and work of Martin Luther King Jr. Throughout the day we encourage you to make your pledge to actively participate in Social Justice issues within the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr. by posting “I WILL” at #VALPOMLK.