Showing posts tagged with: "MLK Day"

MLK: “Give Us the Ballot” . January 19, 2015

On May 17, 1957 in Washington, DC, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “Give Us the Ballot” address. It was three years after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down “separate but equal” in their Brown v. Board of Education decision and eight years before the Voting Rights Act would become law in 1965. “And so our most urgent... read more

How to Voterize Your MLK Day Event . January 10, 2011

With Martin Luther King, Jr. Day widely accepted as “a day on, not a day off” most nonprofits have taken the opportunity to promote special projects and events. To help, the HandsOn Network hosted a series of webinars for nonprofits on how to get the most out of their MLK Day of service and other volunteerism organizations are proffering... read more