The goal of the Freedom Breakfast and March is to reflect the work and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and give thought as to how we as a community are continuing his legacy. This year's march will be dedicated #UNITY. This year we want to build a stronger and united community to face the challenges our community may go through. In the words of Germany Kent, “Reach out and help others. If you have the power to make someone happy, do it. Be a vessel, be the change, be the difference, or be the inspiration. Shine your light as an example. The world needs more of that.”
The theme this year, #UNITY. A call to action and an invitation to participate together - to be in solidarity regardless of our background, creed or experience. It elicits a unified human response - a collective action - that allows a voice to be stronger than one.
8:30 am - 10:30 am Breakfast - Marshall White Community Center - 222 28th Street, Ogden
10:45 am - 12:15 pm March to Amphitheater - 343 E 25th Street, Ogden
12:30 - 1:30 pm Service Program | 222 28th Street, Ogden
--> Sit-In around the Beloved Community: Create artwork and discuss Dr. King’s vision with the Black Scholars United
This event is FREE and open to the public. WSU students receiving credit for attending are encouraged to download the Weber Connect App and scan the QR code at the entrance of the venue. This is a family-friendly event and will have a children’s area for the breakfast portion.
For accommodations in relation to disability, please contact Andrea Hernández at 801-626-6957 or email@example.com. For any other inquiries please contact the Ogden NAACP at firstname.lastname@example.org.