In the 1950s and ’60s, civil rights champion Martin Luther King, Jr. recognized the need to bring about social justice, strengthen America’s communities and move the nation forward. Today, thousands of people of all ages and races in Georgia will spend their day building, giving and renovating our communities to help celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Do you have the day off? If so, what will you do to help your local community?
We’d love to know about your activities and events this MLK Jr. Day. If you have any video or pictures you’d like to share, please share them on our Facebook page!
Dr. Williams and our entire team are proud of your work in our community! Happy MLK Day!