Volunteer for MLK Day

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My Block, My Hood, My City is calling on the community to join hands on a powerful day of service and reflection in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. As part of their ongoing commitment to Dr. King’s legacy, they invite individuals to mark their calendars for January 15 and volunteer with the M3 team to prepare for the upcoming M3 March on Madison to End Gun Violence. Every year, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day serves as a reminder of the enduring impact of Dr. King’s vision for a just and equitable society. In keeping with this spirit, the M3 team is organizing a community event where individuals can actively contribute to the cause of ending gun violence set to take place on January 15 at 3600 W. Cermak Road beginning at 10a.m. This special day of service will involve the creation of 5,000 picket signs, a crucial visual component of the upcoming M3 March on Madison. These signs will serve as powerful symbols of unity, advocating for an end to gun violence in our community. Volunteers will also be engaged in making phone calls and participating in various actions aimed at supporting the cause. Individuals interested in participating are encouraged to visit Formyblock.org to register or for more information.

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