Today we honor Martin Luther King, Jr. — a true patriot of America — a champion of freedom for all. Every day we strive for what he dreamed.
Did you know?
When Martin Luther King, Jr. received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, he was the youngest to do so.
(To find out what he did with his prize money, click the link below.)
Martin Luther King, Jr. worked with the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights in Birmingham, Alabama, which had a “Ten Commandments Pledge” that each member signed upon joining.
(To see a copy of the Ten Commandment Pledge, click the link below.)
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