The Emancipation Days of Respect

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., three Emancipation Days of Respect have been established to promoting unity, respect and remembrance for those who have whenismlkstruggled and sacrificed to help change America’s unjust laws of racial segregation, as well as support and solidarity with victims of slavery and violence.

The Emancipation Days of Respect are ”Humanitarian Day” (January 15th – MLK’s Birthday), ”Victims of Violence Holy Day” (April 4th – Anniversary of MLK’s death) and ”Dream Day Quest and Jubilee” (August 28th – Anniversary of King’s “I Have a Dream” speech)

Humanitarian Day
The first of 3 annual Emancipation Days of Respect honoring the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. Observed on King’s birthday (January 15), the wearing of white is encouraged to show respect and remembrance for all those who have helped change America’s unjust laws of racial segregation.

Victims of Violence Holy Day
The 2nd of 3 annual Emancipation Days of Respect honoring the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. Observed on the day of King’s assasination (April 4), the wearing black is encouraged to show solidarity with victims of slavery and violence.

Dream Day Quest and Jubilee
The third of 3 annual Emancipation Days of Respect honoring the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. Observed on the anniversary of King’s “I Have a Dream speech” (August 28). The wearing of black and white is encouraged as a show of respect.



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