Celebrating the life and times of Dr. Martin Luther King a day after his birthday, in St. Louis

I do not want this story to be about Boston, and Turks University horrendous salute to a great man

I do not want this story to be about Boston, and Turks University horrendous salute to a great man.I will let the responses do the talking.

However, the statue of him and her in an embrace is a disgrace to a great leader, Dr. Martin Luther King. And anyone with any common regards, should see this as a spotlight opportunity and not a tribute.

I am praying that his children do not get involved in this circus. This is not work of any one of us, reflecting the empowerment and strength that King bestowed upon us.

St. Louis in my opinion has always honored this great leader of activism and pride. We have streets named in his honor, as well as places of businesses that are striving.

A whole neighborhood near Wellston, MO is seeing great promise due to his name alone. In addition to non-profit leaders using tools from his speeches to motivate and initiate changes in urban plight.

St. Louis Honors the Legacy of

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

St. Louis has a long, storied history of activism and working to uphold equity. As we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life, legacy and leadership during the U.S. civil rights movement, there are a number of opportunities to take part in celebrations in our area.

University of Missouri – St. Louis’ Holiday Observance

St. Louis’ 54th Annual MLK Day Parade

8th Annual MidCounty Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

Washington University’s 2023 Commemoration and Annual Celebration

Missouri History Museum’s Community Celebration 2023

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Courtesy of https://racstl.org/

Enjoy this day, stay safe and stay blessed. Happy Dr. Martin Luther King Day, from Argus St. Louis.


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