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While there has been no significant change over the past six years in the proportion of organizations giving Martin Luther King Day as a paid holiday, recent levels of paid leave on Martin Luther King Day are a significant increase over what was observed in the first 11 years of this holiday.
In a January 19 interview on The Young Turks Internet news program the day after Martin Luther King Day, he said of King: "We've transformed him into kind of a cut-leaf figure, someone who had a dream and spoke these magnificent words, but we don't remember the King who was the critic of capitalism who said to Charles Fager when they were in jail together in Selma in 1965 that he thought a modified form of socialism would be the best system for the United States.
Familiar faux pas Mike GreenbergÕs regretful Martin Luther King Day gaffe will remind many viewers of network TV in Las Vegas of a KTNV weathermanÕs almost identical verbal misstep on Jan.
Mrs Scott added: "Every year we celebrate Martin Luther King Day and this year it seems appropriate to have a joint celebration to mark the inauguration of Barack Obama.
In observance of Martin Luther King Day, all Santa Fe County offices will be closed.
But he has positioned himself as a champion of black rights, an heir to the mantle of the Reverend Martin Luther King, in a speech last year and again in Atlanta in January on Martin Luther King day.
After Michael Bloomberg's annual Martin Luther King Day breakfast at City Hall, I ran into Police Commissioner (and prospective mayoral candidate) Ray Kelly, who told me, “This is the seventh breakfast I’ve been to under this administration.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Join PBS' Nightly Business Report for "American Dreamers, a special Martin Luther King Day special on the trials and triumphs of minority entrepreneurs.