King Day 2020

From January 17-20 there will be events going on all through Memphis. Many of these events are honoring the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

On the national holiday Monday, January 20, the National Civil Rights Museum will remember the life and legacy of Dr.King, Jr., one of the most prolific humanitarians and leaders of the American Civil Rights Movement. There will also be a film screening of  King in the Wilderness you’ll want to check out.

There will also be several groups running community service days on January 20th:

We encourage you to celebrate the life of Dr. King with us and make your day off a day ‘ON’ to carry the torch and be a champion for human rights in Memphis and beyond. Get a sense of more things to on King Day here.

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