This year’s 16-day program features more than 150 events by more than 40 nonprofits, corporations, and organizations.
Martin Luther King Drive from the Southside to the Eastside became a miles-long river of humanity on Monday as an estimated 300,000 people marched on Martin Luther King Day in a city that has become famous for its annual public commemoration.
San Antonians driving in the Eastside today might notice new street signs at 13 intersections on Martin Luther King Drive.
Year after year, San Antonio’s Eastside hosts one of the largest Martin Luther King, Jr. Marches in the country. Brandon Logan, who was appointed to chair the City’s MLK, Jr. Commission this summer, wants San Antonio to take it to the next level and have the largest celebration as a whole. Between the Commission’s new King Week and the DreamWeek summit, now in its fourth year, the Alamo City is well on its way.