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- Finding Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy in today’s Black leadership
- Biden: Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘life and legacy show us the way forward’
- “You don’t give up.” Rev. Al Sharpton on carrying forward Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy
- TIL Hirsoshima, Japan is one of the few places outside of the US that celebrates Martin Luther King Jr day, due to his outspoken views on nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament.
- Farm herd Casper, who faced off 11 coyotes and killed 8 of them. He was missing for two days right after which they believed he was tracking the remaining coyotes and finishing the job. His vet sad was lucky to be alive and his owner said he will have him retire from herding.
- Biden administration says it is ‘not encouraging Ukraine to strike beyond its borders’ following deadly explosions at Russian bases
- Late Civil Rights Leader John Lewis To Be Featured On U.S. Stamp
- Martin Luther King III: We must quadruple our efforts to realize my parents’ dream
- TIL Salisbury steak was invented as a result of a doctor, James Salisbury, wanting to cure diseases like diarrhea, which killed Civil War soldiers more than combat. He believed vegetables produced toxins and suggested the steak be eaten 3 times a day, with water to cleanse one’s digestive system.
- Workers are less likely to go on strike in recent decades because they are more likely to be in debt and fear losing their jobs. Study examined cases in Japan, Korea, Sweden, the United States and the United Kingdom over the period 1970–2018.
- Rev. Al: Martin Luther King Day isn’t a day to take off; it’s a day to take on
- The Doctor vs. The Attorney General: The Fight For Patient Privacy And Abortion Rights In Indiana
- TIL Mr. Snuffleupagus from ‘Sesame Street’ was originally a friend of Big Bird’s that everyone else thought was imaginary, and it was decided that he should be seen by other people to encourage children to talk about any abuse they might have suffered.
- This enormous underground city that once housed around 20,000 people was accidentally discovered by a man after knocking down a wall in his basement. Archaeologists revealed that the city was 18 stories deep and had everything needed for underground life, including schools, chapels, and even stables
- ‘We demand better’: Thousands of NYC nurses go on strike