Celebrating the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Foundation, Incorporated, of Jacksonville, Florida, was established on January 30, 1989, to honor the memory and legacy of one of the most revered men of the 20th century. The legacy of Dr. King’s works are far-reaching and maintains relevance in the lives and hearts of all American citizens today and beyond, promoting a philosophy of peace, freedom, justice, brotherhood, equal opportunity using the platform of non-violent activism.
It is essential that we not marginalize the memory of Dr. King by anchoring him to the “I Have A Dream” speech. Dr. King was a champion of the poor, the jobless, the homeless, and the disenfranchised. He was, by his own admission, “a drum major for justice.”
We are now taking parade registrations on-site at www.mlkfdn.com through December 21, 2013. Please register early so that you may obtain favorable positioning at the parade. We are assigning Sections and line-up numbers based on date of registration. Registrations received after December 21, 2013, will be assessed a $25 late fee. On-line late registrations will not be accepted after January 4, 2014.
Public and Private School (K-12) groups are exempt from parade registration fees. Churches, while not exempt, are classified as non-business entities.