Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through the arts! The Washington State History Museum's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day activities have gone ONLINE -and we have an array FREE of offerings for you! Go to this linkhttps://www.washingtonhistory.org/event/celebrate-mlk/ on Monday, January 17 and you can ...
See an online exhibit about Dr. King's historic visit to Seattle in 1961
Watch Living Voices<http://www.livingvoices.org/> perform "The Right To Dream" in an online video
Make art guided by art educator Valencia Carroll
Here's that link again, and the activities will be uploaded and ready to go all day Monday, January 17, 2022:
Although our MLK Day activities are taking place ONLINE, you can also visit the Washington State History Museum in-person for FREE on Monday, January 17, 10:00 AM-5:00 PM! We'll be open this Monday with free admission in honor of Dr. King and his civil rights legacy. Bring your mask and enjoy exploring the History Museum at 1911 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma.
Image Credit: Dr. King delivers a speech to University of Washington students and faculty in Meany Auditorium. Courtesy of Washington State Archives.
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