Martin Luther King Day

Martin Luther King Day is celebrated in the United States on the third Monday of January to correspond loosely with the date of the Reverend’s birth (June 15, 1929). It is a day to remember his non-violent struggle for the rights of African-Americans.

Many resources exist that shed light on this legendary figure, especially his “I Have a Dream” speech that has left its mark on people’s imaginations.

To learn more about the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, visit this site.