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30th Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration

Kyle Pope
10:30, Monday January 21 | Free.

 Beginning at 10:30 a.m., hundreds of people will gather outside the Freedom Center's Harriett Tubman Theater. After brief remarks and prayers, marchers will proceed to Fountain Square for an interfaith prayer service. The march, which commemorates the civil rights marches led by Dr. King and many others, will proceed to Music Hall. Metro's Rosa Parks Bus, dedicated to the spirit of Mrs. Parks, will participate in the march, providing limited seating for those who cannot make the 1-mile walk from the Freedom Center to Music Hall. The 2013 keynote speaker will be the Honorable Judge Jeffery Hopkins. 



Where: National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Phone: 513-333-7500
Address: 50 E. Freedom Way
Website: www.freedomcenter.org

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

50 E. Freedom Way
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
The nation’s newest monument to freedom explores courage, cooperation and perseverance through films and artifacts. A 19th-century slave pen has been rebuilt as a walk-through experiential exhibit. Features permanent and traveling exhibitions.
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