January 30, 1956 in History
Event:
Martin Luther King, Jr's home bombed




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Martin Luther King, Jr. History:
January 18, 1993 - Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday observed in all 50 states for 1st time
March 19, 1991 - NFL owners strip Phoenix of 1993 Super Bowl game due to Arizona not recognizing Martin Luther King Day
January 20, 1986 - 1st federal holiday honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.
October 19, 1983 - Senate establishes Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday
January 14, 1979 - President Carter proposes Martin Luther King's birthday be a holiday
July 11, 1977 - Medal of Freedom awarded posthumously to Martin Luther King, Jr.
April 9, 1968 - Martin Luther King, Jr., buried in Atlanta
April 8, 1968 - 40th Academy Awards postponed to Apr 10th due to death of Martin Luther King, Jr.
April 8, 1968 - Baseball's Opening Day is postponed because of Martin Luther King assassination
April 4, 1968 - Martin Luther King, Jr., (Dream continues), assassinated in Memph at 39
April 4, 1968 - Martin Luther King, Jr., American Leader
March 4, 1968 - Martin Luther King, Jr. announces plans for Poor People's Campaign
August 5, 1966 - Martin Luther King, Jr. stoned during Chicago march
January 17, 1966 - Martin Luther King, Jr. opens campaign in Chicago
March 25, 1965 - Martin Luther King, Jr. led 25,000 to state capitol in Montgomery, Alabama
March 21, 1965 - Martin Luther King, Jr. begins march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama
February 1, 1965 - Martin Luther King, Jr. and 700 demonstrators arrested in Selma, Alabama
January 2, 1965 - Martin Luther King, Jr. begins a drive to register black voters
October 14, 1964 - Martin Luther King, Jr. wins Nobel Peace Prize
August 28, 1963 - Martin Luther King Jr's "I have a dream speech" at Lincoln Memorial
July 27, 1962 - Martin Luther King, Jr. jailed in Albany, Georgia
July 10, 1962 - Martin Luther King, Jr. arrested during demonstration in Georgia
December 12, 1961 - Martin Luther King, Jr. and 700 demonstraters arrested in Albany, Georgia
October 19, 1960 - Martin Luther King, Jr. arrested in Atlanta sit-in
January 15, 1929 - Martin Luther King, Jr., Atlanta, dreamer, Nobel 1964


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1957 U.S. Congress accepts the Eisenhower-doctrine
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