We associate some of the most powerful shifts in American society with MLK and the dream he cast forever into the collective conscious on August 28, 1963. We remember him as a compassionate trailblazer and resolute champion of justice and humanity. How has his legacy endured in the hearts of our community? What does MLK mean today? Through the creative interpretation of poets, filmakers, musicians, scholars, and artists we will respond to the call made more than 50 years ago by Dr. Martin Luther King in his "I Have a Dream" Speech. We are thrilled to feature creatives from the Inland Empire and beyond to celebrate community and honor humanity.
This event will feature a KayJo Creatives Original Short Film, Music Performances, Poetry Reading, and Dinner
Dress Code: Gold & Black