We observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by taking to the streets in the spirit of resilient hope for our communities and a renewed commitment to faithful resistance. We come together to lift up a vision for our communities grounded in equality, justice, and a shared prosperity for all of God’s people.
We seek to unite people across region, race, class, and faith tradition. On Monday, January 15th we will gather at Dobbins High School to exercise our faith in the public sphere and activate the power that we, the people, hold individually and collectively. We will also offer long-term tools, resources, and pathways to address the issues that plague our communities as they relate to education, living wages, climate justice, and healthcare.