MLK Weekend, January 13- 15, 2018. Youth Day, NAACP Gospel Night; March; Film- KING, From Montgomery to Memphis

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Date(s) - Jan 13, 2018 - Jan 15, 2018
12:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Resource Center for Nonviolence


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 The Santa Cruz NAACP and the Resource Center for Nonviolence invite you to MLK Weekend 2018!

YOUTH DAY:  Saturday, January 13, Noon – 4PM at RCNV.  Looking for youth to get involved in #MLKDay2018 at Resource Center for Nonviolence!  Create the Day! Invite your Friends!  Make Change!  It’s all up to you!  Get a hold of Drew at or call him at 831-423-1626 ext. 103!


MLK weekend details: 

Saturday, January 13:

12- 4 pm – Youth day: Food, DJ, And Booths from Youth activist groups – free!


Saturday, January 13, 7-9 pm NAACP Gospel Night Celebration 

Celebrating the Legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

AT the Resource Center for Nonviolence, 612 Ocean Street, Santa Cruz

Featuring Tammi Brown, Inner light gospel choir, Monterey peninsula community gospel choir, Progressive Missionary Baptist Church Men’s choir, and other gospel voices Tickets: $20 at the door (info: 429-2266)m

Co-sponsored by the Resource Center for Nonviolence. 


Monday, January 15, 2018,~

2018 MLK March for the Dream~

NAACP SANTA CRUZ COUNTY BRANCH #1071 Presents “Yes, We March for the Dream”  – Honoring the past, impacting the future

Co-sponsored by the Santa Cruz Police Department

10:00 am March begins @ Pacific ave. & Cathcart St.

“Walk With us”

Organizations planning to March must register online at NAACP SC Facebook page   or see

Link to registration form


Monday, January 15, 2:00PM at RCNV, 612 Ocean St., SC

See the film

“KING: From Montgomery to Memphis”

on RCNV’s big screen!  Classic 1970 American documentary film biography of Martin Luther King Jr. and his creation and leadership of the nonviolent campaign for civil rights and social and economic justice in the Civil Rights Movement.





“Make a career of humanity, commit yourself to the noble struggle For equal rights, you will make a greater person of yourself, a Greater nation of country, and a finer world to live in.” — Dr. Martin Luther King, 1959 

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