KINGDOM DAY PARADE, "Now More Than Ever, We All Must Work Together"

Kingdom Day Parade. Photo by The Immigrant Magazine

TIM, Entertainment, Event

 

On January 16, 2017, Los Angeles commemorates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with its signature Kingdom Day Parade in South Los Angeles.

This year’s parade will once again shine light on the life and legacy of love exemplified by the great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As echoed by the President and CEO Of the Kingdom Day Parade, Dr. Adrian Dove, “ it is the only parade dedicated to love and one that uses love as a weapon to fight inequality”

 

Kingdom Day ParadeThe Southern California community is invited to be a part of this great colorful event that celebrates equality and love as reflected by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and all other activists who paved the way for justice in the United States of America.

Hosted by Congress of Racial Equality of California (CORE-CA), the Kingdom Day Parade is a colorful display of beautiful floats, cultural festivities, food and entertainment aimed at promoting unity, love and respect for all. As always it will be televised and broadcast by ABC7.

In attendance will be dignitaries from the city including Mayor Eric Garcetti, members of the City Council and Los Angeles Police Department.

The parade will begin from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Western Avenue, and end at Vernon Avenue in Leimert Park.

 See details:

 Begins: 11:00am PST

Monday, January 16, 2017

Note: PARADE LINE-UP: 7:00 AM | START TIME: 9:30 AM

 

Concludes: 1:00pm PST

Monday, January 16, 2017

 

WHERE:

West Martin Luther King Jr Blvd and Crenshaw Blvd, S Western Ave & W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Los Angeles, CA

 

For More information about the parade visit: www.kingdomdayparade.org

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