(Inglewood, October 12, 2020) — Los Angeles based entertainment management company
6x Entertainment’s Remember 2 Vote campaign and local businessman and restaurateur
James Miller Jr., have announced the 1st ever Millennial March LA: Voter Awareness Drive,
an event empowering local residents to vote, with a focus on Gen Z and millennials. The march
will take place in Inglewood, California, on Saturday, October 17, at 9 a.m. PT.
Starting at the Center of Hope Church on Crenshaw Boulevard, the Millennial March LA: Voter
Awareness Drive will consist of a 2.5-mile march through Inglewood, ending at the City Hall on
Manchester Boulevard. The voter registration portion will commence at the conclusion of the
march, along with a peaceful demonstration to pay homage to the lives lost due to racism and
police brutality.
Local musicians and influencers will also be on site to fellowship and celebrate with the
community, including Grammy-nominated gospel artist B.Slade, singer-songwriter Chikk, multi-
hyphenate artist Tia P., and more.

To comply with CDC and local health and safety guidelines, attendees are required to wear
masks, and social distancing will be strictly enforced throughout the event. Multiple sanitation
stations will be available on site to offer the community free hand sanitizer and masks.
The Millennial March LA: Voter Awareness Drive was organized to engage young voters, with
an emphasis on high school seniors, and provide them with resources to make the most
informed decisions at the polls on November 3. Organizers aim to raise awareness and create a
positive culture around voting through education.
“Had it not been for the passion and sacrifice of the original civil rights leaders, the opportunities
I’ve had wouldn’t have come my way,” said James Miller, Jr. “The older generation of Blacks
that benefited from the bus boycotts, marches and Civil Rights movement of the 50’s and 60’s
have a responsibility to transfer our deep history of activism to the new generation. Those
marches and non-violent protests led to the advancement of our people, and that’s what we
aspire to do with this peaceful event.”
This event is sponsored by Center Of Hope, Papa John’s Westchester, Faithful Central
Bible Church and Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer, Recess University, and the Coach Rondell
Camp. It is endorsed by the LIVE FREE Campaign, the Black Church PAC and Pastor
Michael McBride, and the Philos Project.
For more information, visit www.millenialmarchla.com.

As an affiliate of “Remember the 3rd of November” Voter Registration Campaign, our mission is
to produce and distribute voter registration media content with the goal of inspiring and
motivating first time voters, unsure voters, and voters who are unaware of their voter registration
status to exercise their voting power in local, primary, and national elections.
Affectionately known as "Mr. Miller,” James Robert Miller, Jr. has educated, employed and
mentored hundreds of aspiring entrepreneurs over the course of his 40-year professional
career. At a seasoned 73 years old, Mr. Miller is a proud business owner, husband of 50 years
to Dr. Joyce Miller, PhD, father to local businessman and inventor Jonathan Miller, a lifelong
NAACP member and a modern day civil rights leader. He is a graduate of North Texas
University and received his Masters in Business Administration from Texas A&M University-
Commerce in 1971.
In 1990, Mr. Miller was the first African American man to franchise a Kentucky Fried Chicken &
Taco Bell in the United States and most recently became the owner of Papa John’s Pizza in

Westchester (Los Angeles). He has committed himself to creating the same opportunities that
were provided to him for the next generation.
6x Entertainment is a Los Angeles based entertainment management company that creates
opportunities for trendsetters that shape the culture of film, television, music, sports and beyond
with a roster of talent in all categories. Visit 6xentertainment.com for more information.


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