Honoring Martin Luther King Jr: Reflecting on his Legacy and Continued Impact

On this episode of our podcast, we commemorate Martin Luther King Jr Day, a federal holiday in the United States that honors the life and legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. We delve into the history of the holiday, its significance, and the impact of King's non-violent movement towards ending discrimination and segregation in the US in the 1950s and 1960s. We also discuss his long-term goal of launching a Poor People's Campaign and his opposition to the Vietnam War. Join us as we reflect on King's life and legacy, and the continued efforts to create a more just and equal society.

Martin Luther King Jr, Civil rights, Non-violence, Legacy, Discrimination, Segregation, Poor People's Campaign, Vietnam War, MLK Day,