The Mission of The Bridge Multicultural Advocacy Project (MCP) is to unite and energize people of every racial, ethnic, cultural, and religious group across New York City and the United States. To address social issues facing society today and to advocate for social change as “ONE” united community to promote and advocate government as combined unified voice. 718 338 5200 Mark@thebridgemcp.com
The holiday was observed for the first time on Jan. 20, 1986, and it was the culmination of a 15-year effort. John Conyers, Democrat from Michigan, first introduced legislation for a commemorative holiday four days after King was assassinated in 1968.
“Dr. King sought rights and freedoms beyond the African American community, for women, for all people of color, and for the disenfranchised,. “His nonviolent approach was his way to pursue peace. He truly was a great American with a place in history, deserving our honor