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Rally with Boulder ADL on MLK Day

Boulder MLK Day Celebration

Rally to Restore His Legacy

ADL’s Boulder Office and its Steering Committee have proudly represented the Jewish Community for the fourth consecutive year as a co-sponsor of Boulder’s MLK Day Celebration. Join ADL at MLK Day, Boulder County’s largest annual civil rights gathering, on Monday, January 17th.

Please join us at the Rally and March!  You can find us holding the ADL banner and with signs reading, “Respect for All” and “Civil Rights for ALL”—as we celebrate Dr. King’s work, life and legacy, we are all too aware that we are not yet at the point in this society and in this community where we have achieved respect for all and equal civil rights for all.  Come show your support for an inclusive, safe Boulder for all!

The full Celebration schedule includes:

  • 11:00 am-Noon: Pearl Street Mall: Rally featuring youth leaders, inspiring speakers and Members of FACE
  • Noon:  Help hold the ADL banner and signs as the crowd marches together from the Mall to Boulder High.
  • 12:30-3:30 pm: Boulder High School: Lunch, Human Rights Fair, Southern Sudanese Health Project Singers, Children’s Activities, Music, Activism, Second Baptist Church Choir, Disability Rights Activists, and JONNY 5 of The Flobots.

Visit ADL’s table at the Human Rights Fair to get your 2011 ADL Positive Impact Calendar!

For more information or to volunteer, contact Boulder ADL Director Amy Stein at AStein@ADL.org.

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