WHAT:  For the sixth consecutive year, the South Coast Air Quality Management District will honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with its MLK Day of Service Forum at the California African American Museum.  This luncheon will feature prominent guests and speakers on the environment and air quality.  Attendees will learn about the progress achieved and challenges ahead in cleaning the air throughout the South Coast Air Basin, especially in environmental justice communities.

 State Sen. Steven Bradford of the 35th district will serve as this year’s keynote speaker on Dr. King’s legacy.

Leah Uko, reporter with Fox11 Los Angeles, will emcee the event.


 WHEN:      Saturday, Jan. 19

11 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.


WHERE:   California African American Museum

                    600 State Dr.

Los Angeles, CA 90037

 Edit: Registration is at capacity and is now closed.