Yes, though registration is free, you have to reserve your spot by registering. You can register here.
Yes, OneRace is not able to provide parking for the event. There are many parking options near the park but they cost anywhere from $10 -$20 for the day.
You can buy food from one of the many restaurants near by.You can click here for information on local restaurants.There will be a limited supply of water available.
You can bring blankets to sit on the lawn. We also recommend bringing water, wearing casual clothes like hats and shorts because we are expecting warm weather and will be outside all day. You can also bring your own food and drink or plan to purchase meals around the park. We are also planning to have minimal cash accepted from vendors. .
We have confirmed Maverick City Music as well as a local band to lead worship that day.
You can bring your own sign but it must not be larger than 2 ft x 2ft and must not be attached to a stick or pole. We will not be regulating the slogans on signs, we encourage freedom of expression, and will be providing some printed signs we have used in the past such as:
Do justly, love mercy, walk humbly
Pray & Protest
Let justice flow (Amos 5)
Reconciliation & Revival
Enough is Enough
As we march as disciples of Jesus, Lets be biblical, honoring, but also clear in making our unique voices heard.
No weapons of any kind are permitted at the event. This is a peaceful gathering where safety teams will be present.
We will encourage the practice of social distancing, the use of face masks, and will provide hand sanitizing stations. We encourage you to bring your own face mask as limited supplies will be available.
Glass bottles and alcohol are prohibited inside the Park. Please refer to the Centennial Park Website for more details click here.
It is time for OneRace Movement to speak out and petition God & our civic leaders for change! Join us as we March on Atlanta on the morning of June 19, 2020. Join us in decrying racism in every form, and declaring unity from the church across lines of race, class, denomination, and culture. We want the world to see a demonstration from the Church of truth & love, demanding that the story change for the generations to come.