JANUARY 15, 2018

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"Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable. Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle;the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals."

-Martin Luther King Jr.

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Welcome to MLK365’s March for the Dream where honoring Martin Luther King Jr. means bringing people from diverse backgrounds together to build authentic bonds of human understanding and value.

The March for the Dream is more than a march. It is an opportunity to put Dr. King’s words and ideals into practice by inviting others from different races, religions or backgrounds to walk together and listen to one another.

Are you ready to invite others to walk with you? Visit our Invitation Tree to begin.

Join us for our 2018 Post March Conversation and Dinner - Feb. 23, 2018

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Invite others to "Walk With Me"


Invite Others to "Walk With Me"

Today We March , Tomorrow We Vote

{ "As we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall always march ahead. We cannot turn back." ~ Martin Luther King Jr.
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The City will be extending the courtesy of not enforcing parking meter violations (all other violations will be enforced) for everyone from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the following areas around the convention center on Monday January 16, 2017:

  • On J Street from 13th (north and south side) to 15th
  • On L Street from 13th (north and south side) to 15th
  • On 13th Street from (east and west side) between (I and J Street)

Stage 1 - Oak Park Community Center | The Extra Mile

The Extra Mile is the ceremonial start of the march for individuals in leadership who want to publicly dramatize their commitment to equity, justice and civil rights. The Extra Mile invokes the civil rights past as a strategy to understanding and focusing on the future—the songs, the marching and music. So, if you’re a person in leadership (political, faith, business, public, educational, student or community)—someone who goes the extra mile or carries an extra load in the service of others, the Extra Mile is for YOU. As a declaration of your commitment to the ideals of Dr. King, we’re asking all leaders to please sign our 2018 Extra Mile Registry.

For your convenience, Extra Mile participants can park in either the Oak Park Community Center, Father Keith B. Kenny School next door, or park your cars at Sacramento City College and catch a 7:45 a.m. Regional Transit shuttle the light rail station.

3425 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Check-in: 8:00 a.m.
Departure: 8:30 a.m.


The OFFICIAL START OF THE MARCH will take place on the SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE campus in the open parking area in front of Hughes Stadium. Marchers from across Northern California will assemble and begin their journey at this location because it’s close to the 99 and I-5 freeways, has plenty of free parking and great access to public transit.

As the Extra Mile invokes the past, the radio personalities on the Sacramento City College stage will celebrate the present. That is, how far we’ve come as a nation toward achieving the dream of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. You can expect to see and hear the MLK365 Hype Mobile, the Buffalo Soldiers and Royal Family Motorcycle riders, Corvettes with beauty queens and our 2018 Grand Marshal and Regional Transit’s General Manager, Michael Wiley. As a declaration of your commitment to the ideals of Dr. King, we're asking marchers to please sign our "2018 March for the Dream Registry."

Stage 3 - The reviewing stand: Sacramento Convention Center

The REVIEWING STAND is our way of publicly acknowledging and saying "thank you," to the many thousands of walkers who braved the elements and came together in show of unity to answer Martin Luther King Jr's call to "WALK WITH ME." At the reviewing stand, we encourage you to take a few minutes and look around to see what the beauty and strength of diversity looks like, and why Northern California is so special. Remember, the reviewing stand is not the end of the March for the dream, but only the beginning. You can explore inside the Diversity Expo, catch a Regional Transit shuttle back to your point of origin, or you can enjoy a delicious meal at one Sacramento’s fine downtown eateries.

Stage 4 - The Diversity Expo

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The Diversity Expo puts a cap on the importance of people from different backgrounds and cultures coming together to make a positive difference for all people. To help us bring the message home that "HOPE LIVES," we're pulling-out all stops--music, spoken-word, arts & crafts, colleges, employers, educators, health professionals and much more!  You can purchase a shirt, check-out a robotics demonstration, or visit our “Ask a Teacher” area and ask a K-12 teacher or counselor a question about your student.


Robotics Demonstrations

Code For Hood

Cares Dental And Blood Pressure Screening

Ask A Teacher

Green Tech Cars

K-2nd Grade Resources

Books For Students

MLK365 Tee Shirts And Other Items

Retro Rt Bus Tour And Experience

Unsung Heroes (honors African American Military Service

MLK365 Special Program

Vsp Eye Clinic Rv

Radio Stations

Vendor Information


Welcome to our vendor registration page!


Good vendors perform a key function in the overall success of our Diversity Expo. In addition to engaging in commerce, they provide life-saving information and resources to people in need.

Take a few minutes to review our two vendor options. For more information, please call 916-426-4277.

*Proceeds from this event benefits MLK365 in their efforts to keep the Dream of Martin Luther King Jr. alive.

For-Profit Medium and Large Exhibitors

•     Vendor $600 (electricity not included)
•     10 x 10 booth at Sacramento Convention Center

Non-Profit Organizations and Small Exhibitors

•     Vendor Only $300 (electricity not included)
•     10 x 10 booth at Sacramento Convention Center

(Limited number of booths available and electricity not included)

All applications and payments must be received by Friday, December 18, 2015


Online vendor application


Become a Volunteer

{ "Everybody can be great because anybody can serve."—Martin Luther King Jr.


MLK365 relies on the tireless volunteerism of people like you who help us keep the Dream of Martin Luther King Jr alive. The volunteers work long-thankless hours. They are responsible for the logistical planning and execution of all activities taking place before, during or after the event.



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