I have a tradition on this blog of writing a post on celebrating the Martin Luther King holiday (here, here, here, here (especially) and here). The holiday is special to me for a number of reasons that I go into in the earlier posts on the topic and it’s one of my favorite holidays of the year.

The holiday has always seemed to me to be a day for reflection. I like the way that many blogger point to primary materials and good resources, and the way that some bloggers draw lessons from their own unique perspectives,

Some posts I saw today that I liked:

‘Dream’ Speech Writer Jones Reflects On King Jr.

On MLK Day: Put yourself in the shoes of a famous speaker – I had similar thoughts when standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on a trip to DC last October.

MLK’s Last Days

What Better Way to Honor Dr. King Than to Learn More ABout His Life and Legacy
What you don’t know about King’s “I Have a Dream” Speech

Signs of Hope Along St. Louis’ Dr. Martin Luther King Drive

Hope you had a great day.

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