Celebrating the Pursuit of Unity

Celebrating the Pursuit of Unity

Jan. 20

The Riverside African American Historical Society, Inc. will be hosting the 27th Annual Martin Luther King Walk-A-Thon.  The walk provides an opportunity for the residents of the Inland Southern California Communities to gather in celebration of the life and legacy of this great American Nobel Peace Prize recipient and Civil Rights Leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  The walk will begin at Bordwell Park’s Stratton Community Center at 2008 Martin Luther King Blvd. and meander through the city ending at Riverside City College’s Digital Library at 4800 Magnolia Avenue. Volunteers will be stationed along the route for assistance as needed. For more information visit  www.raahsinc.org, Follow us at @raahsinc, #raahsinc

Stratton Community Ctr | 2008 Martin Luther King Blvd |  RVSD 92507

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