Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day Giveaway

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Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day!
MLK Day Giveaway

Hosted by: Its Free At Last & Mom Does Reviews

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we are hosting an amazing giveaway.

1 winner will receive their choice of Martin Luther King Jr. National Geographic Book & $25 Amazon GC!

Giveaway is open to Worldwide, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends on 01/25/16

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries

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Comments

  1. laurie murley says

    martin luther king day is just another holiday for me

  2. For me it represents equality and justice and is a reminder that there is still more to do now.

  3. I admire this man for speaking out to the masses for a better future…no matter their race, ethnic background, or religion.

  4. It means a holiday from work for my husband were we can celebrate our freedoms

  5. To me it means justice , equality and respect for diversity.

  6. Being brave for what you believe in!

  7. Robin Abrams says

    MLK Day represents fairness and justice for all of us

  8. I grew up in the times when Martin Luther King Jr. was alive and speaking his marvelous speeches. As a child he imacted my life by giving me hope that everyone deserves respect no matter who they are or the color of their skin.

  9. MLK day means everything to me. I come from a very rich and mixed culture with blended relatives scattered about the world. If there weren’t free thinkers like MLK I may not be here today and neither would my family and friends. I will continue to spread as much love and peace to others no matter what their differences are because that was his dream. I have no room in my heart for hatred.

  10. Angela Saver says

    MLK Day to me means equality for all & for everyone to be treated equally!

  11. MLK day means reflecting on past and present atrocities that exist in this world!

  12. Laurie Nykaza says

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. civil rights, and its a holiday too

  13. Great giveaway. I’m always looking for ways to share great leaders in black history with my children.

  14. Annie Ellis says

    MLK Day represents fairness and justice for all.

  15. Annie Ellis says

    MLK Day represents fairness and justice for all. To see that there are people who are not treated the same as others.

  16. I was listening to his speeches this year and just startled at what an incredibly intelligent, well-spoken person he was for peaceful change. I was longing for our current version of him but don’t know if we have one.

  17. It’s a time of remembering that anything is possible

  18. Julie Waldron says

    It doesn’t really mean anything to me, just a day with no mail.

  19. It’s a 3 day weekend for my family

  20. to me it is really just a day off. I

  21. Hope, equality, civil rights, all these things are equated with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We need morepeople like him, who will risk all for what is right.

  22. Seyma Shabbir says

    MLK Day represents fairness and justice for all. To see that there are people who are not treated the same as others.

  23. Martin Luther King was a good man, with a high standard of morals and a true understanding of what a worldwide brotherhood entails, where no one looks at the color of one’s skin, their ethnic or economic background, or their ‘status’ in life, using these tom prejudge a person. It is stated quite well at Acts 10:34,35.

  24. It means equal rights

  25. It means equality and a three day weekend.

  26. Ashley Trail says

    I have always loved and respected Dr. Martin Luther King. He is an American icon and has always been so passionate and brave to speak his mind and persue his vision of a dream he had for all African Americans living in the United States.

  27. Karen Giasson says

    He fought a good fight, that is still being fought today. Hopefully someday we will all be equal.

  28. MLK Day reminds me of acceptance and equality for all!

  29. Kimberley Thomas says

    Peace & Love for one another.

  30. Melissa Crisp says

    It represents equality for me. He risked life and limb to stand up for what was right. To make everyone as one.

  31. MLK day for me is the weekend that’s crazy busy at WDW in what should be a slow season.

  32. MLK day means He was a Great guy

  33. To me, Martin Luther King Day means remembering a great man and celebrating how far our society has come regarding civil rights.

  34. Pamela Gurganus says

    Being a member of a hugely diverse multi-racial family, MLK day reminds all of us those that fought and worked so hard for our rights and freedom.

  35. It’s a day to focus on remembering violence isn’t the way conflict should be dealt with, attempts to handle a situation with calm and peace is best.

  36. Stephanie L says

    It means freedom and equality. We are all one human family.

  37. MLK reminds me of freedom and equality.

  38. It means acceptance & equality to me!

  39. It is a great day to remember everyone is equal and no matter what race anyone is we are all the same

  40. Jeanna Massman says

    Martin Luther King Day reminds me of the long struggle for African Americans, and really all minorities, to achieve equality. Unfortunately, we still have a ways to go, but the journey continues.

  41. It is a day to remember what this man was trying to accomplish, and we still are working on equality everywhere today. I honestly never learned enough about him in school so it’s a day others celebrate.

  42. It has made me actually think how everyone is equal and should be treated that way.

  43. Blessed Assurance says

    It reminds me that we still have a long way to go. Now discrimination is more legal than ever.

  44. For me MLK Day is a reminder of love, acceptance, equality and peace!

  45. to me the holiday teaches me to respect everyone and treat everyone the same: with love.

  46. Being outside the US, it hasn’t really affected me at all.

  47. Holly Thomas says

    It celebrates a great man.

  48. It means freedom and equal right for everyone to me.

  49. First and foremost, happy birthday Dr King! He is a big part of my life and my cultures. He gave me hope!!! He path the way for me as a black woman to drink out the same water fountain, thank YOU.

  50. I don’t know alot of about Dr, Martin Luther King only he was a fair and just man. We need alot more of people like him. It is terrible he passed.

  51. I learned about Martin Luther King Jr. When I was about 7 years old and 1st Grade and more as I got older. Today it means today in how far things have grown for everyone. It is still hard because there is so much hatred still and sadly It won’t end. People are scared of what is different and many stay that way to chose to be ignorant etc. It just stands for how he kept going and finding great ways to stand up for Civil Rights and those who were and are Prejudice.

  52. Jennifer Odom says

    Martin Luther King Jr. was a brave, intelligent man who wanted equality for all. On this day, we are reminded to be a united America.

  53. Emily Endrizzi says

    To me, Martin Luther King Jr., means positive change for Americans of all colors. This day is a way to celebrate his life and everything he has done to advance civil rights for all Americans regardless of race.

  54. heather eg kaufman says

    It means acceptance & equality to me.

  55. It still represents HOPE.

  56. Denise Boeger says

    MLK day is important because he was an amazing man who accomplished a lot and with all that has been going on in the world, it’s especially important to remind ourselves what a great man he was and what he stood for.

  57. Heather Garcia says

    Honestly MLK day for me is just a day off from school for my girls.

  58. Michelle Elizondo says

    To mean its means allowing the human race to be one.

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