Martin Luther King, Jr. March

Invitation to participate in the MLK March on Mon., Jan. 15 from 47th district representative Karen Bass.

Monday, January 15, 2007
9:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Taco Bell Parking Lot
at Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. &Normandie
Los Angeles, CA 90095

UCLA is represented by Karen Bass, who was recently sworn in as the Majority Floor Leader in the California Assembly.  She is the first woman and the first African American to hold that position.

Majority Leader Karen Bass and the 47th Assembly District People's Council invite you to
Keep The Dream Alive


March With The People's Council Delegation At The

Martin Luther King, Jr. “Kingdom Day” Parade

Monday, January 15, 2007 9 a.m.

Please meet at the northwest corner of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. & Normandie Avenue at the Taco Bell parking lot

To RSVP or for more information, contact (323) 937-4747


People do not have to be in the 47th District to participate in the march -- join the celebration honoring Dr. King.

As the Assemblymember for the 47th District, Karen Bass serves the cities and communities of Culver City, West Los Angeles, Westwood [including UCLA], Cheviot Hills, Leimert Park, Baldwin Hills, Windsor Hills, Ladera Heights, the Crenshaw District, Little Ethiopia and portions of Korea Town and South Los Angeles.

For more information about Assemblymember Bass, visit

For press release info about her Majority Floor Leader Position:
"Assemblymember Bass is Sworn in as the Majority Floor Leader -- Making history as the first African American and first woman to hold the leadership position."

LA District Office Info:
47th Assembly District Office 
5750 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 565
Los Angeles, CA 90036

15 January 2007
The Martin Luther King Kingdom Day Parade has been celebrated for the last 20 years and over a million people take to the streets of Los Angeles to remember the life and works of the great man.

The 2007 parade theme is, "we have not forgotten, the fight is not over",  and it commences on Martin Luther King Blvd at Crenshaw and lasts for two miles until Western.  It includes more than 150 floats, 20 drill teams, ten dance groups, celebrities aplenty and the bombastic tunes of a military marching band.

Local vendors and restaurants spill out onto the street in the carnival atmosphere. Streets around the parade area are closed off at 8.30am, so if you're planning to drive, you'd better get up early.

For more information on the life of Dr Martin Luther King, Jr., please visit the MLK website.

The parade officially gets under way at 11 AM. 

And, other news from Assemblymember Karen Bass:

Obtain information on the available state bond funds for Education, Housing, and Transportation at the

People's Council State Bond Briefing

Sunday, January 21, 2007, 3 PM

Communication Worker's of America Building
5855 Venice Blvd. (between Fairfax and Thurman Ave.)
Parking available on site and street parking also available

Line up beginning at 9 AM; parade starts at 11 AM.

Cost : Free and open to the public

LA District Office for Assemblymember Karen Bass

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