March 29, 2018
Continuing to fight for family wages 50 years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination
Join Winston-Salem faith leaders, Working America, city workers, and community members as we rally to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy of championing working people’s rights.
Dr. King combined the struggle for civil rights and the struggle for economic justice. Fifty years after King’s assassination, too many people in our community still can’t afford basic necessities.
Join us as we remember Dr. King, and continue his legacy by fighting for $15 family wages for city workers. Following the rally, join us for an ecumenical worship service at Goler Memorial A.M.E Zion Church.
What: Winston-Salem Day of Dignity and Respect
When: April 4th at 6pm
Where: Winston Square Park Amphitheater, 310 N Marshall St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Why: Join as we remember Dr. King, 50 years after his assassination, and continue his legacy by fighting for $15 family wages for city workers
Parking: Parking is available across the street at First Presbyterian Church
Rain Location: Goler Memorial A.M.E Zion Church (620 Patterson Ave, Winston-Salem, NC 27101)
For more information, contact Catherine at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 469-371-5263.