On this national holiday, celebrations are happening all across the Twin Cities to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s memory.
Minneapolis Community and Technical College held their sixth annual MLK, Jr. Day Of Service on Saturday. Those attending started the day with breakfast before hearing some inspirational speakers and music. Afterwards, many attendees went to several local non-profit organizations to volunteer. Volunteer Delores Roberts was with a group who were making blankets for the homeless.
On Thursday night, the Minneapolis Urban League will recognize a community leader who’s been active in the Twin Cities for more than 50 years. She was part of a small group of Minnesotans who took part in the historic March on Washington. We have a look at why Dr. Josie Johnson is being honored with the distinguished Trailblazer Award.
In honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King’s birthday each year, there is always a celebration rally and march in St. Paul.
Protesters hissed and chanted “shame” at Gov. Scott Walker after he read a proclamation at the state’s official Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday ceremony in the Capitol rotunda.
It is the time of year to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr., the man who had a dream that one day all people would not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. We’ve found some of the best places in the Twin Cities to celebrate one of our nation’s leaders.
10 AM Hour: Glen Beck is holding an “honor rally” for tea party activists tomorrow in DC. However, he’s getting heat for doing it on the anniversary of MLK Jr.’s historic freedom march. Also, Sunday […]