What year did Martin Luther King's house get bombed?

Answer Martin Luther King Jr.'s house in Montgomery, Alabama, was bombed Jan. 30, 1956, while King was speaking at a meeting. No one, including King's wife and daughter, was injured in the bombing.Source:... Read More »

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In what year was Martin Luther King's birthday first celebrated as a holiday?

Congress passed a law to honor Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1983. Known as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, it was first observed as a federal holiday on Jan. 20, 1986, although King's actual birthday wa... Read More »

How to Appreciate Martin Luther King, Jr.?

Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) is one of America's most influential leaders who dedicated his life to helping others and fighting for racial equality. On Martin Luther... Read More »

When is martin luther king's day?

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is celebrated on the third Monday of January, in honor of his birthday on January 15. President Ronald Reagan signed a bill establishing the holiday on November 3, 1984.... Read More »

Who was Dr. Martin Luther King's wife?

Martin Luther Kings's wife was Coretta Scott King. She was born in Marion, Alabama on April 27, 1927. She and Dr. King were married on June 18, 1953 and had four children. Coretta Scott King died o... Read More »