Keystone comes out for MLK March
More than 40 students, parents, faculty members and friends joined Keystone’s contingent for the Martin Luther King Jr. March.
With an estimated 300,000 people coming out, it’s the largest MLK March in the country. For Keystone, participating in the event affirms the school’s pillar of community involvement and exemplifies our commitment to diversity.
Before the march, Keystone senior Jada took part in the Wreath Ceremony, in her role as president of the San Antonio Youth Council for the NAACP.
The march started at the Martin Luther King Jr. Academy and traversed about 2¾ miles through the city’s East Side before ending at Pittman-Sullivan Park, and a festival-like atmosphere featuring speakers, food trucks and performers.