The late Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. played a pivotal role in this nation’s Civil Rights era, a time of cultural and political upheaval marked in many instances by incidents of violence. King’s powerful commitment to equal rights regardless of race was marked by non-violent protest. His life ended tragically at the hands of a racist assassin. This federal holiday, which actually marks King’s birthday, is observed annually on the third Monday of January.
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