Milledgeville celebrates Dr. King's legacy | News
Georgia College, 100 Black Men, and more were among the group's taking part in Monday's Milledgeville Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration.
The day started with beautification service projects around the city, followed by a service and a march, then to Georgia College for a gathering called "Remember the Dream... Wake Up."
Event attendee Wesley Williams later performed at the event cookout where he shared why the celebration is so special to him.
"Martin Luther's dream is realized, and that we are living that dream today. We are able to sit down with all ethnic groups and just live normal lives. Everyone is created equally, and that's what Martin Luther King strived for, and that's what we have embraced today. So, the dream lives," says Williams.
Milledgeville wrapped up the celebration with a community cookout.