Day of Non-Violence Urged to Remember
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
People worldwide should honor the memory of Rev. Dr Martin Luther King Jr. by making Monday a “no shots fired” day and ringing church bells in support of non-violence, urged the daughter of the slain U.S. civil rights leader.
Church services and tributes will be held across the United States to commemorate King’s 85th birthday on Monday, a federal holiday. At the same time, there is a push for a new monument and possibly a major movie production about Dr. King’s life.
“Dr. King’s philosophy of non-violence is more relevant, I believe now, than it was 10 years ago,” King’s daughter, Bernice.