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Register to join us in Memphis for a series of events, speakers and performances commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Memphis sanitation workers’ strike and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholars kick off the conference with groundbreaking discussion of Dr. King’s legacy 50 years after his ultimate sacrifice. This is followed by the leading minds and activists across labor, business, entertainment, faith and social justice sectors taking on the major issues facing underserved communities of color. They will offer new solutions and strategies for tackling the issues such as: Crime prevention and Criminal Justice Reform, School Climate and Educating Children of Color, Strengthening Minority Families.
Mountaintop Speech Commemoration (April 3rd):
A motivational celebration of Dr. King’s prophetic last speech with musical performances by top artists, Dr. King’s surviving children, Civil Rights leaders that stood with him during his last moments, ecumenical faith leaders, past US presidents, and thousands of dignitaries.
This is an invite only event.
Rally featuring top musical talent, civil rights activists, labor leaders, faith leaders and elected leaders to kick off the historic march to honor the struggle and sacrifice of the Memphis Sanitation Workers.