Idaho Human Rights Day is observed as a state holiday in the Idaho United States on the third Monday of January.
The day is also referred as Martin Luther King Jr – Idaho Human Rights Day. The day is celebrated to pay reverence to the immense contributions of Martin Luther in establishing equality of human rights in the United States.
Martin Luther was the greatest civil rights leader of United States.
People organize candle light parades, rallies, poetry contests, speeches and music concerts to pay their tribute to the great leader.
Every year the Governor of Idaho encourages the people of Idaho to acknowledge and celebrate diversity and its widespread effect on the history of the state.
Oneworldnews salutes the great soul-Martin Luther King Jr.