Celebrate your birthday with some photos and messages celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights leader’s birthday on Instagram.
You can do so with the hashtag #HappyBirthday and you can choose your own personal image for the birthday cake.
Here are a few examples of photos and images from the day.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther, Jr, the founder of the American Civil Liberties Union, was born on March 9, 1955, in Birmingham, Alabama, to Harriet and Martin Luther, a well-to-do black family.
His father, the Reverend Dr Martin Luther Sr, was a prominent civil rights activist and lawyer.
He died in a car accident in 1964.
In 1963, he began attending a Baptist church in Birmingham.
He was one of the first people in the United States to be ordained to the priesthood and became a minister for the black church.
He was elected to the US House of Representatives in 1974.
In 1986, he was assassinated by Martin Luther Strange.
King was a vocal supporter of civil rights, and in 1965, the year after his father’s assassination, the Supreme Court ruled that the Ku Klux Klan was a “public nuisance” and had to be banned.
King’s death was a catalyst for a nationwide movement that culminated in the March on Washington.
In 2016, the president’s son, Donald Trump, took his father, Martin Luther Jr, to the White House to address the nation about his father.
A photo from the event showed Trump with his father at the podium with a group of white supremacists.
King was an icon to many people in America because of his commitment to civil rights.
He believed in the right to be treated fairly and equally.
On June 4, 1965, King was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee.
In 1968, he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in a nonviolent civil rights movement against the U.S. military.
Today, the United Kingdom is celebrating the 50th anniversary of King’s birthday.
The event was called the “Day of King” and featured thousands of people marching in London, Edinburgh, Manchester and Edinburgh.
The event took place at King’s birthplace of Birmingham, and the theme of the day was “Love in a Time of War”.
The event has been commemorated on a number of occasions, including at the centenary of the Queen’s coronation in 2019.