Saturday, April 4, 2009

Black History Fact Of The Day

According to Wikipedia, a bill that created an American national holiday to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was signed in 1983. However, all 50 states of the United States did not officially observe the national holiday until January 17, 2000. New Hampshire was the last state to get on board.

[SIDEBAR: Think of what the world would have been like if Martin Luther King Jr. would have been President instead of a martyr.]

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