Observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day
A hero had emerged on August of 1963, bringing together thousands of people of color to fight peacefully for their civil rights. His speech has become one of the most monumental moments in American history as it defined equality among all races. That is why we celebrate the third Monday of every January as Martin Luther King Jr. Day; to commemorate his life’s work. Creating volunteer groups that serve King’s purpose during this day is the right way to observe the federal holiday. You could get custom t-shirts and hoodies for everyone in your volunteer group with his famous “I Have A Dream” message imprinted on them. Personalize some custom tote bags with the same inspiring words to sell them and have the proceeds go to a BLM charity. Custom lanyards, banners and yard signs with King’s messages are vital if your group will spread awareness about civil rights.
Personalize MLK Clothing and accessories to wear, sell and donate
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is about justice for people of all races and treating everyone impartially. King immortalized his dream by dedicating his heart and soul to achieving it. His belief in developing a society that allows every individual to live together “as brothers” has come a long way but has not entirely materialized yet. However, as the thriving citizens of America, we have successfully made a federal holiday on King’s birth month; we can thrive some more in making his dream a reality. Organizing small volunteer groups, marching around neighborhoods and letting them interact with diverse communities is a rather powerful way of celebrating MLK day.
Now, let’s talk about making Martin Luther King Jr. Day custom t-shirts for the volunteers to wear when they go out to march. Our stock includes custom clothing of all sizes and fabrics, so you can select ones that will fit your objectives well enough. Since MLK Day is in January, the weather still might be a bit chilly. You could get some custom hoodies as well with your custom MLK Day t-shirts. Before anything else, though, you need to personalize these t-shirts and hoodies appropriately for the federal holiday. Since your group will be moving from one place to another, it is wise to keep the customization simple. This way, it is easier for others to view them.
The “I Have A Dream” text with King’s portrait should suffice as it is both minimalistic and to the point. Now, as you are a group of volunteers, you will need ID cards and lanyards. So, why not get some custom lanyards with “Martin Luther King Jr. Day” as personalized texts on them? While you are at it, you could also get some custom tote bags with the same design to sell and earn some money to contribute to a donation that matches your purpose.
Martin Luther King Jr. had left no stone unturned in sculpting his dream. He relished for the day to come when “little black boys and black girls can join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.”  He wanted peace and justice for all races more than anything and toiled hard for it, as should we all. That is what we should be striving for with whatever we have. However, recent global events have made it challenging to arrange large gatherings in public spaces. Many people are also in quarantine and are maintaining social-distancing.
However, there are other, safer ways to honor King’s legacy on MLK Day. If you cannot join or create a volunteer group in your area, you can always opt for getting custom yard signs and custom banners. We already have some pretty great templates on “Black Lives Matter” that will be perfect to put up on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We have created the “I Hear You, I See You, I Stand With You” and “We Bleed The Same Colour” custom yard sign designs tailored towards this day. Our collection also includes custom banners that you can personalize to fit MLK Day. The banners come in various sizes that you can choose from to best suit your needs for the federal holiday. You could select texts from King’s speech and get them imprinted across your custom banner. If you have useful artistic talents, you could utilize them to create beautiful and meaningful artwork based on King’s dream and upload it. Put the customized banners up outside your house or office to show your respect for Martin Luther King Jr.
 Heffron, Christopher. “Dr. King’s ‘Dream’ for America.” St. Anthony Messenger, vol. 123, no. 8, Franciscan Media, LLC, Jan. 2016, p. 25.