Canada will have a booth at the King Center’s free and family-friendly event where Toronto’s DJ RXCKZ will be making his Atlanta debut with a 3:30pm set showcasing Canada’s contributions to HipHop50.
The Beloved Community International Expo serves as an all-encompassing experience for global citizens to unite in celebration of Dr. King’s love-centered vision of the Beloved Community, where peace and harmony for all cultures can be achieved through nonviolence.
In collaboration with the National Historic Park and the Atlanta Consular Corps (representing more than 20 countries and other key stakeholders), The King Center’s historic campus is transformed into a “World House!” People of all ages can travel around the world without leaving “Sweet Auburn Avenue.”
The Expo celebrates global culture by showcasing captivating performances, curated creative works, politics, food, music, dance and more, from societies around the World! Join us September 9th, from 11AM-6PM for an experience you won’t forget!
Learn more at the King Center’s website