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Civil rights leader Reverend Dr. Joseph E. Lowery discusses Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy and asks Americans to consider what they can do to help those in need on MLK Day and beyond.
Congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis remembers meeting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for the first time. Congressman Lewis reminds us of Dr. King's legacy of service and urges all Americans to serve on MLK Day and beyond.
Civil rights leader Ruby Bridges remembers integrating the New Orleans school system in 1960 and the lessons of racial justice that her teacher and Dr. King taught. She urges Americans to honor Dr. King's legacy of service by volunteering on MLK Day.
Former U.S. Senator Harris Wofford remembers Dr. King and his wife Coretta Scott King predicting Dr. King's death at a young age. Senator Wofford asks Americans to honor Dr. King's legacy and to help fulfill his dream of a "Beloved Community."
Nonprofit leaders discuss the benefits of volunteering and serving on King Day.
High School students and college students discuss the importance of volunteering on MLK Day.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and other educators discuss the importance of honoring Dr. King's legacy through service.
CEOs and Corporation leaders talk about the benefits of volunteering and recognizing service to the employees and customers.
In Washington, D.C., volunteers assembled 100,000 care kits for deployed U.S. service members, wounded warriors, and veterans.