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Martin Luther King – I Have A Dream Speech – August 28, 1963

To do TODAY in Baltimore:

The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade Presented By Forman Mills
Monday, January 19, 2015 – 12:00pm to 2:00pm

More information here.

Residents of Baltimore and surrounding areas are invited to take part in the 15th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade which celebrates the life of one of America’s most influential civil rights, political and social icons.

AVAM celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!
Celebrate Dr. King’s vision with AVAM: we’re open & free 10am-6pm on MLK Day!

Monday, January 19, 2015 from 10am–6pm
Cost: FREE Admission & Educational Programming!

Link here.

A celebration in honor of the life and dreams of one of the greatest visionaries in America’s history. Join us for guided tours, birthday cake, music, workshops, and special performances from Keur Khaleyi African Dance Company and Abu The Flute Maker at this FREE, fun-filled day! The museum is FREE & open to the public from 10am–6pm: see our latest exhibition, The Visionary Experience: Saint Francis to Finster and tour our entire wonderland campus, including the Jim Rouse Visionary Center & more! A special invitation extended to educators and all the wonderful people who help to empower the next generation. Teachers, come pick up our educational materials and discover the many educational offerings we have available for you and your students. Donations greatly appreciated. For questions, call us at (410) 244-1900.

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