Nassau County Legislators Debra Mulé and Scott Davis commemorated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Memorial Presbyterian Church’s inaugural MLK Unity March and Cultural Celebration in Roosevelt on Jan. 16.
“By recognizing the importance of MLK’s legacy, we honor his life’s work and recommit ourselves to the ongoing efforts that will make our society more just and inclusive,” Mulé said. “I have so much gratitude to Reverend Scott Williams and his wife, First Lady Donette, for inviting me to be a part of such a meaningful and profound event.”
“It is truly heartwarming and encouraging to see how Dr. King’s legacy continues to inspire us to elevate our activism and remain steadfast in our commitment to equality and justice for every American,” Davis said. “Thank you to Reverend Scott Williams and First Lady Donette of Memorial Presbyterian Church for spearheading what promises to become an impactful new tradition in the community of Roosevelt.”