More Than Just a Holiday: Celebrating MLK Jr.

This Monday, January 19th we remember and celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Although we might be off from work and school to observe this day, it is important to reflect on the importance of this holiday in history of the United States, and the impact Dr. King had on this community our country’s civil rights movement. How can we honor the ideals of this great contributor to history?

Here some ways you can take some time to observe this holiday:

If you are in the Northern Virginia area, join the movement in giving back for the 6th Annual NOVA SERVES: MLK Day of Service. The service event will take place on Monday, January 19, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Alexandria Campus.

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How much do you know about Dr. Martian Luther King Jr. and his contributions to the African-American community as well as our country? Take a few moments to check out this great documentary:
Do you have any other suggestion how how to observe this MLK Jr. Holiday? Share your thoughts and ideas in the comments!


1 thought on “More Than Just a Holiday: Celebrating MLK Jr.

  1. I believe his heart and mind are one of true christian beliefs. I learn a lot from him every time I look at a documentary about him. His words so so powerful because he speaks from the heart. When we engage in a oral communication, we should imitate his footsteps. Notice how he barely looks down on his paper whenever he gives public speeches. Every word coming out of his mouth is not from his memory or paper, but from his heart. That alone proves that his view toward partiality and discrimination are true.

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