Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a national holiday held on the third Monday of January each year. Signed into law in January 1983 by President Ronald Reagan, the national Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday is a celebration of Dr. King’s immeasurable contribution to the United States, and to humanity.
Martin Luther King Jr. Interviewed in 1967
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