Join L.A. Works on Monday, January 17, 2022, to continue our longstanding tradition of organizing Angelenos to unite in service and activism to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The focus of this year’s Martin Luther King Day of Service is to combat one of the critical issues that has surfaced in the wake of the pandemic – education equity and the academic achievement gap. Angelenos can carry on Dr. King’s legacy of activism by participating in the following virtual service activities:
Virtual @Home – Zoom in at home for projects focused on educational equity, including an interactive opportunity to share personal and professional experiences, engage in online tutoring, and a virtual workshop focused on helping LAUSD educators.
Minecraft March on Washington – For the second year in a row, volunteers can tour a virtual exhibit of the historic 1963 March on Washington and Little Rock 9 through the world of Minecraft and interact with Civil Rights leaders like Dr. King himself and activists who are continuing Dr. King's legacy today.
For more information, including session times and to reserve your spot, please visit us at laworks.com/MLK.