The pillar principles of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are on our hearts and minds today and every day.
Equality. Rights. Peace. Love.
We must continue to fight for equal rights and tear down and rebuild the systems built upon the unfair treatment of Black, Latinx, indigenous people and others. The time to teach our children love and equality starts at the very beginning of their lives. Here are some ways you can honor the principles of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with young children both in the classroom and at home.
Activities & Conversation Starters
National Day of Racial Healing: This virtual event for grown-ups from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation offers essential and timely conversations on racial healing, equity and justice. Join host Baratunde Thurston, and along with John Legend, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Hasan Minhaj, Maria Hinojosa, Aloe Blacc, Storm Reid and more.
L.A. Works Day of Service: L.A. Works continues their longstanding tradition of organizing Angelenos in service and activism (virtually and in-person) to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This year, the day includes virtual workshops and even a Minecraft March on Washington!