MLK Day

MLK Day Can Reclaim Its Radical Purpose

On October 19, 1983, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Bill was sponsored by Senator Ted Kennedy (D.-Mass.) and passed the U.S. Senate by a vote of 78-22. Two weeks later, on November 3, President Reagan signed the bill that

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MLK Day Can Reclaim Its Radical Purpose

On October 19, 1983, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Bill was sponsored by Senator Ted Kennedy (D.-Mass.) and passed the U.S. Senate by a vote of 78-22. Two weeks later, on November 3, President Reagan signed the bill that

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