Frequently Asked Questions
The March for the Dream is your opportunity to put the ideals and values of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. into practice and invite, walk and talk with someone from another race, religion or social background for the purpose of building authentic bonds of human value and understanding.
The two designated starting points are 3432 Martin Luther King Jr and Sacramento City College, but people are free to join the march along the route.
Yes, Regional Transit provides a courtesy bus for those who have trouble walking any part of the march!
No, you will not need a bus pass to get a shuttle ride back to your car.
Regional Transit shuttles will begin immediately after the march to the Oak Park Community Center
Owners with service dogs will be allowed on the march. Owners should be prepared to show credentials if asked.
“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.
The Impact Loop consists of individuals or groups who commit themselves to accomplishing ONE POSITIVE PROJECT in a calendar year to honor Dr. King and make a positive impact in their community.