|Laying the Groundwork for Nonviolent Change Dr. King's vision expands globally and a trip to India increased his understanding of Gandhian ideas of nonviolent resistance.|
Martin Luther King, Jr., Born January 15, 1929, a minister, author and visionary leader of the modern civil rights movement empowered a diversified group of people to love, honor, and serve.
|Dr. & Mrs. King's final resting place - Atlanta GA|
|Dr. King, Jr. being withheld by the police|
So, as we embark on another Martin Luther King Day, and as the parades begin across the nation, let us not just party and shout, but instead LEARN MORE about the man who was, and why he was chosen to lead such a great cause. Perhaps, in doing so we can continue the good fight and finish his race to make a difference to those who need us the most! We thank Coretta King for being a woman of virtue, who stood by her husband and his vision - may they rest in peace as they watch us from on high, marching to the dream that began in 1929 when King was born. God bless America!