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November 24, 2019

Mark Your Calendar!

When:  Monday, January 20th, 6:30 - 8:30 PM

Where:  The Avalon Ballroom, 6185 Arapahoe Road, Boulder CO


One Drum

Minister Essie: Essie Curtis-Rockwell and Sarobi Rockwel

Infinite Movement and Dance

Hula by Miriam Paisner

And More to Come!

January 15, 2019

When: Monday, January 21st, 11am - 1pm

Where: St. John's Episcopal Church, 1419 Pine Street, Boulder

The Rally will include music, brief tributes to Dr. King by City and County elected and appointed officials, Carolyn Bninski, staff member from RMPJC, and will feature excerpts of Dr. King's "Beyond Viet Nam" speech. The event will conclude with a march led by members of Peers Building Justice from Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviol...

January 1, 2019

When: Monday, January 21st, 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Where: The Avalon Ballroom, 6185 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder

The 2019 Martin Luther King Day Talent Showcase is a fundraising event for KGNU Radio. It is a chance for the Boulder Community to highlight the value we place on diversity all while we celebrate the body of work of Martin Luther King, the fallen Civil Rights Leader. To this end we have assembled an array of cultures that reside right here in...

January 23, 2018

What an inspiration to see so many of you at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Rally on Monday the 15th - definitely one of our coldest days so far this winter!! It was heartwarming to see you all gathered together! You demonstrated your commitment to justice, and made clear that another world is indeed possible!

Thank you so much to all of our performers and speakers for braving the cold and sharing your words and music with us -...

February 4, 2016

“In front of the cold gray stones of the City courthouse, below the cloudy gray skies of the sprawling Boulder downtown, on top of the frozen red bricks of the Pearl Street walking mall, dozens gathered in overcoats, and mittens and hats, to rally and march in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his still pressing legacy of tolerance…”

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