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Monday Events to Honor the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 12, 2018

NEW ORLEANS – On Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, Mayor Mitch Landrieu, Governor John Bel Edwards, Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Planning Commission members and other special guests will host a program at the Historic A.L. Davis Park for the City’s annual MLK Day celebration.

 
Following the program, the 32nd Annual Memorial MLK March will begin the nearly 1.5-mile route. Marchers will go down Washington Avenue. The parade will then turn on to South Claiborne Avenue and will head towards the Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument on S. Claiborne Avenue and Felicity Street then turn on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard where the parade will end. Following the parade, the City will host the first ever Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Block Party.
 
All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information about this year’s events, visit www.nola.gov/city/mlk2018/.
 
WHO:              Mayor Mitch Landrieu

                        Governor John Bel Edwards 

                        Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Planning Commission

                        Special Guests

 
WHAT:              MLK Day Opening Ceremony
 
WHEN:            Monday, January 15, 2018
                         Opening Program – 9 a.m.
                         Memorial MLK March – 10 a.m.

                       
 WHERE
:          A.L. Davis Park 
                         2600 Lasalle St.
                         New Orleans, LA 70113

 

 NOTE:            Media is encouraged to come to the block

                        party at 1:30 p.m. for  interviews. 

 

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