On January 17, 2011, we celebrate the life and legacy of the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. I extend warm greetings to my African-American brothers and sisters and all people of good will who follow Dr. King's example.
It has been over forty years since Dr. King was taken from us, so quickly and so violently. Yet, the manner in which he left us is not what I wish to dwell on today. Rather, I believe it is important to reflect on the lessons he left us, the lessons of his life and the lessons of his legacy.
Senator Stachowski Celebrates Dr Martin Luther King Jr With Day of ServiceJanuary 18, 2010 Western New Yorker celebrated the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday on Monday, as “Not A Day Off, But A Day ON!”.
Today we remember the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., one of the greatest Americans who ever lived. Dr. King’s vision of a more just society, and his tireless work to realize that vision through a multiracial, nonviolent movement, transformed America and made it a better nation for everyone.