RESOURCES

The mission of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Committee of Greater Attleboro is to plan and produce public ceremonies in observance of the King Holiday, which is celebrated annually on the third Monday in January. We seek to preserve the legacy and memory of Dr. King through our public ceremonies, scholarship and other academic programs and contests for the youth in the community, donations to local charities, and by supporting educational and cultural activities that promote understanding and respect of racial differences and racial equality within the community.

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Civil Rights Timeline
Books and Other Educational Info
The King Center
U.S. Civil Rights Trail
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice
& Legacy Museum
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The Civil Rights & Restorative Justice Project
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The National
Civil Rights Museum
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Voices of the
Civil Rights Movement
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Juneteenth
A Celebration of Resilience

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