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Today’s “I have a dream” speech anniversary events schedule

Taking the Dream Home News Conference
10:00 a.m.
201 E. Lee St. Greensboro, NC

Taking the Dream Home rallies across North Carolina

Music begins at 5:00 p.m.
Programs begin at 5:30 p.m. 

Congressional District 1 – Elizabeth City
Museum of the Albermarle front lawn
501 S. Water St. Elizabeth City, NC

Congressional District 2 – Dunn
Dunn City Hall
401 East Broad St. Dunn, NC

Congressional District 3 – Greenville
Pitt County Courthouse
102 3rd St. Greenville, NC

Congressional District 4 – Chapel Hill
Peace & Justice Plaza
179 E. Franklin St. Chapel Hill, NC 

Congressional District 5 – Boone
Harvest House
247 Boone Heights Dr. Boone, NC

Congressional District 6 – Greensboro
S. Elm St. & E. Lee St. Downtown Park
201 E. Lee St. Greensboro, NC

Congressional District 7 – Wilmington
Innis Park in Downtown Wilmington
3rd St. and Princess St. Wilmington, NC  

Congressional District 8 – Concord
MLK Memorial on Cabarrus Ave.
Parking at 484 Cabarrus Ave. 

Congressional District 9 – Charlotte
Marshall Park
800 E. 3rd St. Charlotte, NC  

Congressional District 10 – Lincolnton
Lincolnton Courthouse
1 Court Square Lincolnton, NC  

Congressional District 11 – Sylva
Bridge Park
76 Railroad Ave. Sylva, NC  

Congressional District 12 – Winston-Salem
Corpening Plaza
231 W. 1st St. 

Congressional District 13 – Raleigh
Wake County Courthouse
316 Fayetteville St. Raleigh, NC  

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