Martin Luther King Jr. March & Rally

Georgia Alliance for Social Justice (GAFSJ) invites you to participate in the Martin Luther King Jr. March and Rally on January 21, 2019. Together we can make a difference in 2019 and beyond by serving our community and honoring those who have come before us.

We are currently seeking coalition partners -- organizations and individuals -- to join us at the MLK March and Rally on January 21. You can sign-up your organization and gather a group to march together, or sign-up as an individual and find a group to march with, including GAFSJ.

WHEN: 1pm on Monday, January 21. All groups must be lined up by 1pm. Notification on your lineup location will be sent closer to the event date.

WHERE: Atlanta, GA. The march begins on Peachtree Street in Downtown Atlanta and will conclude with a rally celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


HOW TO REGISTER AS A GROUP: Follow the links on this page to register your group. Once you create your sign-up page, you can advertise to your members and supporters about marching with you on January 21. GAFSJ will provide all hosts with additional details about march lineup locations prior to the event. Deadline to sign-up as a group is Friday, January 4.

HOW TO REGISTER AS AN INDIVIDUAL: Search the map and find a group to march with on January 21.

In 2017 we marched for equity and social justice. In 2018 we rallied to bring our power to the polls. This year, we mobilize to use our strength to create a lasting impact and honor those who have come before us. In 2019, the anniversary of the Atlanta March for Social Justice and Women coincides with the annual Atlanta Martin Luther King Jr. March. Because the Georgia Alliance for Social Justice, founded upon the Kingian Principles, wishes to contribute to the celebrations of Dr. King’s life and legacy, we are not holding a Women’s March in Atlanta in 2019. We are asking for our community to commit to a day of service January 19 with local organizations as a means of including Dr. King’s legacy in their resistance. We invite you to march with us on Monday, January 21 to celebrate our anniversary at the Atlanta Annual Martin Luther King Jr. March.