Every dollar donated to DreamVoice is dedicated to advancing the voice and vision of MLK Jr. Add your voice to the growing list of individuals seeking to create a better and brighter future.
Advancing and modernizing the teachings set forth by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision; to lay the foundation of tolerance, by creating dialog across cultures and communities.
Each year DreamWeek takes place in the week leading up to the country’s largest MLK March. This year the summit will be held Friday, January 10 to Tuesday, January 21, 2014.
ADVANCING THE VOICE:
DreamWeek provides an environment for a global exchange of ideas through a series of keynote speaking engagements, mixers, workshops and celebrations that will foster discussions centered on universal issues. The summit will revolve around the following themes: City, Health, Youth, Environment, Technology, Education, Arts, Spirit, Justice, Business, Sports and Cuisine. Each event will inspire and motivate the community to action in creating a more tolerant and enlightened society.
THE SAN ANTONIO MLK COMMISSION AND DREAMVOICE TEAM ARE COLLABORATING TO PRESENT MLK DREAMWEEK 2014 (Below is a posted joint Mission Statement)
We, the San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. March Commission, in conjunction with Dream Week San Antonio, exist to promote the vision and purpose of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Beloved Community.”
We encourage the City of San Antonio, in partnership with corporate and individual sponsors, to assist in creating platforms for the entire community to constantly improve human relationships so that people will come together as equals, and not judge one another by race, ethnicity, gender, creed or economic status.
We believe in being pro-active through deep collaboration and cross-pollination of groups, which will allow us to encourage human harmony and a better community.
Along with our annual March and Scholarship Programs, we will create educational venues, programs and forums that will encourage healthy discussions, positive interactions and character development.
- Shokare Nakpodia, DreamWeek San Antonio, President
- Bishop David M. Copeland, San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission Chair
“A half-century later, we still stand on the shoulders of Martin Luther King Jr. because the dream endures. It lives and thrives in a place like San Antonio where I can be Mayor and march with a hundred thousand fellow San Antonians in honor of what binds us together, not what makes us different.”
-Julián Castro, Honorable Mayor of City of San Antonio
WHY SAN ANTONIO:
San Antonio is a proven world-class host city. In addition to the country’s largest MLK March every year, San Antonio hosts multiple festivals throughout the year showcasing its reputation as a culturally diverse and growing metropolitan with an exceptional quality of life.