DreamWeek is difficult to describe because it is so much more than can be captured in words. After the divisive and anxious election, DreamWeek provides an opportunity to renew and restore your faith and your dream for our community and our nation.
In a nutshell, DreamWeek is a 12-day summit stretching from Jan. 6-16 that is designed to inspire, motivate and celebrate San Antonio’s rich diversity and multiculturalism.
Through a multitude of workshops, lectures, mixers, exhibits and speaking engagements, the multi-day mega-event promotes an exchange of ideas on universal issues while continuing to advance the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Numerous organizations across the city will participate and host dozens of events across the community, culminating with the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. March on Monday, Jan. 16. The march is expected to draw more than 150,000 people. DreamWeek kicks off Friday, Jan. 6 with an opening ceremony breakfast.