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Today, Mayor Mitch Landrieu and the New Orleans Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mayor Landrieu said a particular focus of this year's festivities will be Dr. King's message of nonviolence and the City's NOLA FOR LIFE comprehensive plan to reduce murder. He said he's hopeful that in remembering Dr. King's legacy, the city can overcome its current challenges together. "We face many challenges today-violence, fear, division, but I know, together, we as citizens can overcome these challenges and act to improve the lives of our people."
Reverend Norwood Thompson, chair of the New Orleans Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Planning Commission said, "Each year on the third Monday of January, schools, federal and local buildings, post offices and banks across America close as we celebrate the birth, life and dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It is a time for the nation to remember the injustices that Dr. King fought for and his fight for the freedom, equality, and dignity of all people. This year's events are also a time to remember the message of change through nonviolence."
All citizens are welcome and encouraged to attend the Martin Luther King Jr., Day events. The main program on Martin Luther King Jr., Day will begin at
Marching units, including bands, dance troupes, or others interested in participating in the parade should register with Sherlyn Harris at 504-658-4200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The nearly 1 ½ mile long march starts at City Hall on
For more information about this year's events, visit www.nola.gov/mlk2013.
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