MLK Day Events

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(Memphis) The legacy of Dr. King isn’t about furniture and clothing sales! How about jobs, education, equality?

Here’s a quick list of events I found for Monday and the weekend here in Memphis:

Love, Peace & Freedom
National Civil Rights Museum

Be the Dream
Various locations with youth symposiums

Prayer Breakfast
Holiday Inn Select
Proceeds benefit Lemoyne-Owen scholarship programs

Ignite the Dream
Children’s Museum

MIFA Celebrates MLK Day
10 a.m.

By the way, some of these are free or no charge.


  • Maxine Thomas

    The MLK parade founded by Dr, Issac Richmond 29 year ago in Memphis, Tennessee CORR Commission on Religion and Racism Church of Human Development Inc. and African American Voice Journal is held Monday, January 20, 2014 at 10 a.m. at the Slave Auction Block at Main and Auction. Everyone is invited to participate. For futher information contact Dr. Issac Richmond at 901-870-5267 or Maxine Thomas at 901-946-3976. Thanks a million See you there!

  • toby

    Are they going to teach how blacks sold other blacks into slavery and how there were black slave owners in the south?

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