JANUARY 19, 2015


Marching to Impact The Future

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Join the 34th Annual Capitol March for the Dream on January 19, 2015!

The March for the Dream includes the Capitol March and the Diversity Expo. This free event honors the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and dramatizing the issues that can impact our future. As Northern California's largest Martin Luther King Jr. day march, this event attracts a diverse crowd of 28,000 very enthusiastic participants to California's Capitol for day of civic engagement, reflection and fun.  No matter your cause, the principles for change never change: March, Stand-Up, Speak-Out!   

You are the dream, and the dream is now!

For more information, please call (916) 426-4227 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Proceeds from this event will benefit MLK365 (tax id #68-0160203)

The Capitol March

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The CAPITOL MARCH is about bringing people together to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and dramatizing those important issues that impact our future.

The six mile "Marade" (March and parade) as it's affectionately called goes through some of Sacramento's most historic neighborhoods. In 2015 The March begins at Hughes Stadium at Sacramento City College, past the west steps of the State Capitol and finally to the Sacramento Convention Center. The March starts at Sacramento City College Text “MLK365” to 714-41 and get Connected!

What's NEW?

The 2015 March Begins AT SAC CITY COLLEGE!






    The official start of the march will begin at Sacramento City College.The college is the perfect place to start the march with plenty of free parking, great access to public transit, centrally located and is easy to find. The marchers will assemble in the non-covered parking area of sac city college and hughes stadium.Don’t forget to bring money to buy your official March For The Dream shirt and food at the end of the march.

    Sacramento City College 3835 Freeport Blvd. Sacramento 95817 March Check-in Begins At 8:30a.m And Departs At 9:30 A.M.

  • The Rally

    The West Steps of the State Capitol BuildingNearing the end of the march, the walkers will briefly pause on the west steps of the state capitol for highly charged rally before concluding the march at the sacramento convention center.

    Approximately 11:30 A.M.


  • The Sacramento Convention Center

    The Diversity EXPO The march will conclude at the sacramento convention center where marchers will have the options to enjoy the Diversity expo and celebration inside the convention center, purchase lunch from a number of food vendors or catch one of regional transit’s shuttles that will be waiting on j street to escort them back to their original destinations.

  • You in the Community

    The fifth stage is what you’re doing in your community the other 364 days a year. What will you do to make a difference in lives of other people?

The Diversity Expo

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  • The BIG STAGE: Introductions, hear speakers, enjoy our talent and more
  • 4 Pavilions: Health, Career, Resource and Education
  • Tables: mlk365—shirts and info, sponsors, vendors, community orgs.

The Diversity Expo celebrates the collective power of our Diversity and the transformative values of Martin Luther King Jr. The Expo is a fun, engaging and informational capstone to our six mile march. The Expo addresses the diverse needs of regular people.

  • Children can do arts & crafts, face-painting and watch movies.
  • Teens can display their talents and showcase how they’re making a difference in their community.
  • Seniors share their experiences in the Wisdom Corner.

The Diversity Expo will begin at the Sacramento Convention Center will open at 10a.m. and closes at 2:30p.m."

Vendor Information

Coming soon.


Become a Volunteer

{ "Everybody can be great because anybody can serve."—Martin Luther King Jr.


MLK365 relies on the tireless volunteerism of people like you who help us keep the Dream of Martin Luther King Jr alive. The volunteers work long-thankless hours. They are responsible for the logistical planning and execution of all activities taking place before, during or after the event.


The volunteer committees work "long and thankless" hours from concept to implementation of the event. They oversee specific activities and are responsible for the planning, logistics and execution of a specific event/area/aspect taking place usually before, during or after the event.  Committees will often times recruit, celebrate and at time have to motivate volunteers. Planning Committees would include some of the following:

  1. March Committee
  2. Talent Showcase Committee
  3. Volunteer Committee
  4. Media Committee
  5. Security Committee
  6. Hospitality Committee
  7. Village Committee


"Day of" the event volunteers work on the day of the event only. We strive to accommodate all volunteer interests. All volunteers will need to attend a mandatory volunteer training session prior to the actual day and are responsible showing up on time for their tasks and assignments.  They report directly to the Event Coordinator. Volunteer opportunities may include the following:

  1. March Monitors
  2. Village Support
  3. Ushers/Security
  4. Hospitality
  5. Information

Deadline to register to volunteer is January 5th,  2015

Register to become a volunteer



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