2015 Detroit MLK Day Rally and March

download    MLK Day 2015 leaflet      MLK Day 2015 poster

Rally and March for “Jobs, Peace & Justice”

Monday, January 19, 2015

12 Noon

Central United Methodist Church
23 E. Adams and Woodward, Detroit
Free parking

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To help organize or volunteer, please call 313-405-2185
email: mlkdetroit@ymail.com
Funds needed: Please donate -
mail your donation to: Detroit MLK Day Committee, 5920 Second Ave., Detroit, MI 48202

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For Dr. King’s ‘Beloved Community’, please bring to the Church on MLK Day clothing donations of new hats, gloves, socks and underwear for the N.O.A.H. Program for the homeless.

Thank You To All That Supported MLK Day 2014

The 11th Annual MLK Day march and rally commemorating Freedom Summer 1964 was a huge success with hundreds in attendance.

Greater Detroit’s annual celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is promoted through an Annual Rally  & Freedom March for truth, freedom, justice, nonviolence and compassionate outreach for those in need. The MLK Day event seeks to keep alive Dr. King’s dream and devotion to realizing ‘The Beloved Community’ in a manner best defined by one of King’s foremost mentors, Mahatma Gandhi, by ‘being the change we wish to see” ~ The Detroit MLK Day Committee

Thank you so much to these sponsors for making MLK Day 2014 possible.

Avalon Bakery

Buck Dinner Committee

Central United Methodist Church

Detroit Wobbly Kitchen and Food Not Bombs

Green Party of Michigan

Matrix Theater Company

Michigan Coalition for uman Rights (MCHR)

Michigan Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI)

Moratorium NOW! Coalition

Mosaic Design Group

Olympia Entertainment

Tanya and Peter Stevenson

Swords Into Plowshares

UAW Local 140 – Civil & Human Rights Committee

Veterans for Peace, Chapter 74, MI

Vision Fair Foundation

Great thanks go out to these awesome endorsers!

Advocate for Informed Nonviolent Social Change (AINSC)

Autoworker Caravan

Citizens for Peace

Detroit Eviction Defense

Michigan Welfare Rights Organization

 

Thank you to all the poets that made 2014 MLK day cultural program so wonderful and speacial
Clinton Anderson
Karolyn Ferarri
Kalima Hasan
Jim Perkinson
Wardell Montgomery
Willie Williams
Abdul
On The Rise Bakery Brother Brian
for donation of baked goods