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The 32nd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Rally and March

The Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee 2014 theme was Rise Up! Restore the Dream!
The 32nd annual region-wide Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration was a huge success with nearly 6,000 participants! Continue to be active in your local and national communities to rise up and restore Dr. King's vision. The Committee will begin planning the 2015 salute to Dr. King in October 2014.
2013-2014 was the last year Larry Gossett chaired the Committee. He served on the Committee for over 20 years. The new Executive team was elected at the February meeting. The new Executive Team:
James Williams, Chair; Larry Tukes, Vice Chair; Renita Borders, Secretary; Julie Horowitz, Treasurer; Lacy Steele, Parliamentarian. Please contact Chair Williams at 253.883.9548, or Renita at
You can also forward questions or inquiries to the new Executive Committee members at 
Seattle has one of the largest annual Martin Luther King Day Celebrations in the U.S. We honor  Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., for his work toward racial equality and economic justice for all people, for his commitment to nonviolence, and for his stand against war and militarism.
 "The problem of racism, the problem of economic exploitation, and the problem of war are all tied together. These are the triple evils that are interrelated."
-Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

History of the MLK Celebration Committee
The Martin Luther King Celebration Committee is composed of dozens of grassroots, labor, business, minority, and progressive community organizations and volunteers from throughout the Puget Sound region. Annually, these groups come together and organize our community's largest tribute to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Accessibility information for people with disabilities:
There is a wheelchair accessible entrance on the backside of the school. This is the area near the track. The area is flat and provides access to the school building & gym. The parking lot in the back will be reserved, but Access vans will be permitted to drop people off. There is also an elevator that goes to the second floor.