CommitTING through Action
Through his actions and his words, Dr. King personified service. Now it's our turn. Below, find ways to honor Dr. King and his commitment to civil rights through actions of your own that will help make his dream a reality.
We know through painful experience that freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.- Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. King for securing and protecting the voting rights for Black people. We can continue Dr. King's dream to ensure elections are free of barriers for all eligible voters to provide dedicated resources to guarantee that all communities — especially those systematically left behind — are included.
Advocate for the protection of our voting rights.
Dr. King worked to address the standing issue of the Black economic struggle in America, calling for a need for fair working conditions, economic security, and healthy economic conditions to help Black families can grow in the community.
Sign our petition to support an inclusive economy for Black America.
Student debt is a civil rights issue, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. believed in the right to have an equitable education and economic opportunity for all Black people.
Further the dream of Dr. King by urging President Biden to take executive action to cancel federal student loans at a minimum of $50,000.
Committing to Dr. King's dream means taking action all year long. From protecting and securing your voting rights to standing up for equitable education and economic opportunities, take the next step and use your power to make America better for Black people.
Contributing to the Dream
People of color are still fighting for voting rights, our system of justice still only works for a few, and the right for every worker to earn a livable wage is still not achieved.
Tell us how you continue to contribute to the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in your community.
Join the Power of the NAACP
Our power lies in contributing to our efforts to further racial and social justice. Join millions of activists working to continue the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Become a Member
Honor the work of Dr. King all year by signing up to receive information on issues that affect the Black community.Sign Up
Demand protection for Haitian refugees and immediate punitive measures for border patrol officers who use excessive force.
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