The Northwest African American Museum Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr.

About the photo: Civil rights demonstrators, led by Dr. Martin Luther King (5th R), civil rights activist Ralph Abernathy (5th L), John Lewis (3rd L) and other civil and religious leaders, make their way from Selma to Montgomery on March 22, 1965 in Alabama, on the third leg of the Selma to Montgomery marches. The Selma-to-Montgomery March for voting rights represented the political and emotional peak of the modern civil rights movement. The first march took place on March 07, 1965 ("Bloody Sunday") when 600 civil rights marchers were attacked by state and local police. (Photo credit AFP via Getty Images)

I had the pleasure of speaking to NAAM President & CEO, LaNesha DeBardelaben about the museum's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, King Day.

You can hear that here:

We encourage you to spend time viewing this beautiful Dr. King Tribute Program. Please click on the link below to enjoy the full production, including Dr. Eddie Glaude's powerful keynote message. We also hope that you will share this link widely with friends and family to inspire them to “stick with love.”

WATCH King Day Virtual Programming Here


Keynote speaker - Dr. Eddie Glaude, Jr., Morehouse College Alumnus, Professor & Chair of African American Studies at Princeton University, and MSNBC & Meet the Press Commentator. Plus musical performances by Seattle Opera, youth presentations & more!

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