Fayetteville, NC – ShaDonna “Mo” McPhaul, also known as “The Mo You Know,” recipient of the Special Recognition Award from the Honolulu Chapter of the NAACP in 2017, is proud to announce the upcoming MLK Day of Celebrations and Dreams. This event is a heartfelt tribute to continue the legacy and dream of Dr. Rev Martin Luther King Jr. The Mo You Know invites the community to join in a day of unity, celebration, and reflection on Saturday, January 13, 2024, at 2 pm, immediately following the Fayetteville MLK Parade.
The event will take place at 1520 Slater Avenue, Fayetteville, NC 28301, and promises an array of activities for attendees of all ages and backgrounds. This inclusive celebration aims to bring together members of the community who share a common commitment to realizing Dr. King’s dream of unity, equality, and justice for all.
The MLK Day of Celebrations and Dreams will feature awards, games, food, dancing, and conversations that bridge the generational gap, fostering connections between veterans, civilians, and youth. The event is proud to be in collaboration with several organizations and sponsors that share the vision of unity and community building.
Partners include Jacksonville Soul Steppers, Let’s Make It Happen Together, Circa 1865, Veterans United Home Loans of Fayetteville, Nu Gamma Rho Military Wives Sorority Inc, Fortuna BMC, Deep Freeze Productions, JoeJam Media, OnStage Plus, The Fayetteville Press, and WIDU 1600am/99.7FM.
To ensure a seamless experience for attendees, The Mo You Know has partnered with Eventbrite for ticket registration. Register for the event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/792799303057?aff=oddtdtcreator. While registration is required, tickets are available by donation, making it accessible to everyone in the community.
ShaDonna “Mo” McPhaul expresses her gratitude for the ongoing support from the community and encourages everyone to come together to celebrate Dr. King’s dream. She believes that by fostering connections and understanding among diverse groups, the community can collectively work towards achieving the ideals set forth by Dr. King.
For more information about the MLK Day of Celebrations and Dreams, please visit the official website at shadonnamcphaul.com.
About ShaDonna “Mo” McPhaul: ShaDonna “Mo” McPhaul, also known as “The Mo You Know,” is a dedicated advocate for community unity and social justice. Recognized for her commitment to these principles, she received the Special Recognition Award from the Honolulu Chapter of the NAACP in 2017. Through her initiatives, ShaDonna strives to continue Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of equality and justice for all.