Monday, January 18, 2010


January 18 is a federal holiday in the United States. This is the day when they commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It is being celebrated on the third Monday of January of every year. This was first observed on the year 1986. However, this was not celebrated in all states just yet. It has been commemorated in all states of the United States only in the year 2000.

Martin Luther King leads a peaceful activist movement for human rights. One of the issues at hand during his time was racial concerns. Some education establishments and institutions mark this day in teaching their students the works of Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Mom of Four said...

Hello She, how are you? How's the Holiday, and what about Cen. I hope that the 2 of you are doing great.

I know that my comment was out of the topic. I just wanted to know how you've been doing.

Clarissa said...

Hello there,Mommy She!
Have a nice day to you!!^_^

Cens World said...

Hello Rose. Well, as usual, in the midst of challenges. Hayss... And how are you, my friend? Hope you are doing great as well. Regards to the kids.. and always take care

Cens World said...

Hello are you. thanks for visiting and do have a nice day as well. Take care