Martin Luther King Day
It’s Martin Luther King Day and celebs took to Twitter in remembrance of the Civil Rights leader and their tweets are so powerful.
Martin Luther King Day is today, Jan. 16, and the late civil rights activist’s daughter Bernice King took to social media to post a sweet photo and tribute in honor of him. Check it out right here!
The second federal holiday of the year, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, has arrived on Jan. 16, and if you’re worrying about what your options are to do if you have the day off, we have you covered. Find out what’s open on MLK Day here!
Zac Efron may want to take a break from social media, especially since he foolishly celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day and reaching 10 million Instagram followers in the same post. Fans blasted Zac for trying to make MLK Day all about him, even telling him to delete his account! Click to see!
Zac Efron’s heart may have been in the right place, but the 28-year-old star of Neighbors made a huge blunder when he compared the work of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. to the joy of having millions of social media followers. And those millions of followers were quick to tear into him for the boneheaded mistake.
Today we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., the civil rights leader who inspired a generation to fight for equality in the 1950s and 60s. Martin Luther King Jr. Day has been celebrated as a national holiday in his honor since 1986.
Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) was a Baptist minister who helped lead the American civil rights movement up until his assassination in 1968. The man who spoke of peace, who “had a dream,” was viciously murdered while trying to make the United States a better place for all citizens, no matter their race. His incredible work and legacy will always be remembered on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
MLK Day is the third Monday of January in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday on Jan. 15. This year, celebs took to Twitter to remember the late civil-rights leader.
Martin Luther King, Jr. could be one of the most-frequently quoted leaders of all time, and his “I Have A Dream” speech is one that is forever remembered.
The First Lady spent her big day setting an example for the rest of the country on how to lend a helping hand!
First Lady Michelle Obama could have been doing plenty of other things on her 47th birthday, but instead she decided to give back to her community. With President Barack Obama and their two daughters — Malia, 12 and Sasha, 9 — by her side, Michelle lent a hand on Jan. 17 (her birthday and Martin Luther King Day) at the Stuart Hobson Middle School in Washington D.C. helping out with the school’s painting project.