N.J. high school continues long tradition of honoring Martin Luther King

01/20/2013 | Patch.com

While federal recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day has been in place since the 1980s, a New Jersey high school has been honoring him since his death in 1968. Students recently gathered for the 44th year in a row for an assembly to recognize King and his role in American history, making the school among the first in the U.S. to have a special ceremony for the civil rights leader.

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