in Kingsland on Monday, January 16th. Photo by Bob Fitch.
Let’s create unity in the community! Join us.
The program keynote speaker is Welton Coffey, II, Camden County High School Athletic Director. The Emcee is Mayor of Woodbine Kizzi Knight. The program will include performances by local musicians, choirs, dancers, and more.
The Branch extends gratitude to the King Free Foundation for inviting NAACP Camden to host this year’s event.
Everyone in the community is welcome to participate including individuals, families, organizations, and churches. The purpose is to bring the community together in honor of Dr. King’s legacy of civil justice, racial equity, peace, and unity. Let’s create Dr. King’s beloved community here in Camden.
Organizations or churches who wish to have a float are welcome to contact the NAACP branch by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before January 11.
The MLK Jr. Unity March will begin at Kingsland Lions Park, proceeding north on South Grove Boulevard, west along Route 40, and south on South Lee Street to Kingsland Train Station.