America remembers Martin Luther King, Jr.
U.S. President Barack Obama paints on the wall in an activity commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr. held in a middle school in the U.S. capital Washington, D.C. on Jan. 17. The Obama family came to the middle school where the activity commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr., the prominent leader in the African American civil rights movement, was held. The United States set the third Monday in January every year as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
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