The Civil Rights Movement decades ago called for an end to racial discrimination. With Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the forefront of the movement, he helped shine a spotlight on the United States' leftover hatred, resentment and violent tendencies from its days as a slavery-built nation. In the new decade, some things have progressed, while still some human rights are on the verge of regression (if they haven't already regressed).  Seaside has kept the changmaking black minister's memory and legacy alive in this annual march that snakes down the Broadway and Fremont. The march begins promptly at noon (assemble at 11am) on the corner of Broadway/Obamaway and Noche Buena and will coalesce at Oldemeyer Center where local leaders, as well as keynote speaker Headquarters Army Chief Information Office Yvette F. Williams, will give speeches to all who listen. And everyone, should listen. [MA]


  • Occurred Monday, January 20th, 2020 @ 11:00 am



Broadway and Noche Buena
Seaside, CA 93955

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