MLK To Be Commemorated All Week

by Sarah Nahrgang On November 3rd, 1983, President Ronald Reagan officially declared Martin Luther King Jr. Day a federal holiday to be celebrated near MLK’s birthday on the third Monday of January, beginning in 1986. Today marks the 33rd year of nationally honoring King’s legacy as a leader in the civil rights movement while ignoring his extramarital affairs, socialist leanings, andĀ support for population control. Though MLK famously said that he dreamed of a world where his children “will not…

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