Martin Luther King Day – a federal holiday – falls on the third Monday of January.
A universal message of justice.
A symbol of tolerance.
A dream of peace.
Martin Luther King Jr. was born #OnThisDay in 1929.
There's no better time than now to do what is right.
— UNESCO 🏛️ #Education #Sciences #Culture 🇺🇳😷 (@UNESCO) January 15, 2018
Tomorrow's #MartinLutherKing Jr. holiday marks one of the @NatlParkService Free-entry days. Pick your spot and get outdoors! Great spaces right here in #ClarkCounty including @LakeMeadNPS_ & @tulespringsnps. @RedRockCynLV also free! #Vegas pic.twitter.com/RaMPFqvHqF
— Clark County Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) January 15, 2018
Nearly fifty years after King’s death, I make the case for intellectual and political significance of Martin Luther King, Jr and his radical ideas. Thanks to @BostonReview for the opportunity to discuss and debate “MLK Now” https://t.co/3mhjnytBZ4
— Brandon M. Terry (@brandonmterry) January 12, 2018
“We must keep moving.
If you can’t fly, run;
if you can’t run, walk;
if you can’t walk, crawl,
but by all means
– Martin Luther King, Jr.#MLKDay
— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) January 15, 2018