January 16, 2020
– Guests: DuShun Scarborough, Executive Director with Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission | King Holiday Day of Impact 2020 will be Monday, January 20th on the campus of Philander Smith College, 900 West Daisy Bates Drive, Little Rock. A number of events hosted by the AMLK Jr. Commission and its partners will be taking place.
6 A.M. – 9 A.M. – The Broadway Joe Morning Show live broadcast of several guests
8 A.M. – Interfaith Prayer Breakfast “Fatherhood Reloaded” | Governor’s Mansion | 1800 Center Street | Little Rock
10 A.M. – 34th Annual MLK Day Marade hosted by the Little Rock Branch of the NAACP in partnership with the AMLK Jr. Commission | Kicking off at West 33rd Street & Chester and ending on the steps of the State Capitol.
1 P.M. – (doors open at noon) King Holiday Day of Impact 2020 will include free bus rides, free food, free hair cuts, on-site community service projects, youth initiatives, health screenings, Tax Assistance, car show prize giveaways, actor Carl Anthony Payne, rapper/actor Romeo Miller, Dr. Christopher Davis and Tracy Martin, father of Trayvon Martin and more.
3 P.M. – Gospel Concert featuring Sunday Best season 3 winner Le’Andria Johnson and season 9 contestant Tiffany Andrews, Little Rock’s own Amanda Katrice and Zetoria Curry
To RSVP or obtain more information and the list of events visit www.ARKingDream.org or www.AMLKC.eventbrite.com call 888-290-KING (5464).
– Guests: Diane Curry, President and Scott Green with the of Little Rock Chapter of the NAACP | The 34th Annual MLK Day Marade hosted by the Little Rock Branch of the NAACP in partnership with the AMLK Jr. Commission will be Monday, January 20th kicking off at 10 A.M. at West 33rd Street & Chester Street, ending on the steps of the State Capitol. The Theme is “Overcoming 21st Century Struggles.” Hear from featured speakers on the Capitol steps at noon. For more information, visit www.LRNAACP.org.
– Guests: Katrina Owoh, President of the Beta Pi Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.; Jasmine Medley, Impact Committee Chairman; and Deborah Rhodes, President of the North Little Rock NAACP | Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. International Day of Service “Uniting Communities Through Service” will be held Monday, January 20th from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. at Shorter College, 604 North Locust in North Little Rock. The event is hosted by the Beta Pi Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and its partners. Service projects include Donations for Homeless, Backpack Food Drive, Haiti Pillowcase Project, Community Area Clean Up, Kids Art Projects, No Sew Blanket Project, Lions Club (new & used eyeglasses), Soles 4 Souls (gently worn shoes) & more. Immediate help available for those in need of coats, a meal or hygiene products. Following the service projects, a worship service will take place just down the street at 3pm at Bethel AME Church, 600 North Cedar Street in North Little Rock featuring Bishop Michael L. Mitchell as the keynote speaker and Tracy Steele as the emcee. For more information, visit the Beta Pi Omega Chapter on Facebook or Bethel A.M.E. Church North Little Rock.