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A. D. King Foundation

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A. D. King Foundation

Time: February 18, 2012 from 12pm to 4pm
Location: Washington High School, State Capitol and Morris Brown College
Street: 45 White House Dr
City/Town: Atlanta, GA 30314
Website or Map: http://www.adkingfoundation.c…
Phone: 678-651-0914 or 678-736-4933
Event Type: youth, empowerment, parade
Organized By: Dr. Babs Onabano Sherry Mallory
Latest Activity: Feb 11, 2012

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The purpose of the A.D. King Youth Empowerment Parade is to provide an interesting platform

to introduce the world to A.D. King and to tell the world about his contribution to the 60s Civil

Rights movement. The program will showcase floats, high school and college marching bands,

community leaders and exhibits—all focused on promoting the legacy of A.D. King

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