20th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Labor Celebration

Every year, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Labor Celebration educates workers that everyone has a right to join and form a union. While Martin Luther King, Jr. fought to end segregation, he also fought to end economic injustice. He recognized that for America to advance as a society, it was essential that all citizens be allowed to thrive through access to good jobs with benefits and good salaries. Unions are how working class people gain access to protection on the job, benefits, and good salaries.

Please join us for this annual, free family event in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his important relationship with organized labor.

Monday, Jan. 16th | 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm | TOAST Elementary School