The City of Alexandria will honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a virtual community program premiering on Friday, January 15, at 7 p.m. The program, "The Fierce Urgency of Building the Beloved Community," will be presented by the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Planning Committee.
According to patch.com
, "This year's celebration will feature opening remarks by Mayor Justin Wilson; a keynote address by former Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder; entertainment by two-time Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Eric Roberson; music from the historic Alfred Street Baptist Church and Westminster Presbyterian Church choirs; a poem by Alexandria Poet Laureate KaNikki Jakarta; and remarks by community activists and leaders. Visit alexandriava.gov/BlackHistory to experience the virtual celebration or for more information about this year's event."
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