Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr, was the most recognizable leader of the Civil Rights Movement from 1954 to 1968. He used nonviolent activism to protest racial discrimination in the United States, which challenged federal and state laws. His legacy continues well into the 21st century and is celebrated in the U.S. on the third Monday of January every year, as we remember the leader for his contributions to a more equal and fair America.

Teens Spend Spring Break Marching 50 Miles to Honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Led by police cars, a group of Mississippi middle school, high school and college students, along with adult mentors, have begun a 50-mile march toward Memphis to mark the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. "We are trying to honor MLK's legacy and teach the guys about racial and economic justice and some more history on civil rights," Jarvis Moore said.'s Keleigh Nealon ( has more.  

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