Sacramento caravan honoring MLK Jr. ends with COVID-19 vaccination clinic

In an effort to honor Martin Luther King Jr. while keeping COVID-19 in mind, dozens of drivers traveled in a Sacramento caravan to honor the civil rights leader. Leading the caravan was Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg. "If we can just keep his spirit and remember his lessons — not just today but year-round — then we've got a great chance to realize his dream of a more just America." Sonia Lewis, a longtime Meadowview resident also called for action today. "Freedom's not free; Dr. King's not here. Because if freedom was free, he'd be here today celebrating his 93rd birthday," Lewis said. The caravan took place in Meadowview and ended at a COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinic.

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